Fat women in lingerie? YEP. If you don't like it, then look somewhere else. Avert your eyes, kind stranger. This is how it's done in 2014. We are beautiful, curvy and sexy and we are not going to hide any more. If you cannot see beauty in these confident, strong women you have a problem, not the other way around.
This is the era of the curvy, fat, rubenesque women and we are not going to keep hiding from your mean stares and your mean internet troll comments. There is room enough in this world for beautiful, sexy, confident women of all shapes and sizes. Since the average American woman is a size 14, it's time we all prepared to adjust our prejudices and start seeing beauty in all bodies and all people. Sexy isn't a size. Sexy is a beautiful, confident person -- no matter what their size.
I own a plus size lingerie store in San Jose, CA and I put a request out to my customers and "likers" on Facebook for high resolution pictures that they would feel proud to show off all over the interwebs and they responded like crazy. I received more than 30 photos in about 2 hours. These women gave me permission to share their gorgeous, round, fluffy and fat pictures here on the Huffington Post and all over Facebook.
Sadly, in this day and age of mean, hate filled trolls who seem to have nothing better to do then sit behind a computer and comment anonymously about a total strangers weight, fitness level and health. These amazing women shared their scantily clad photos knowing full well that some of you are going to write some seriously mean crap here about their pictures -- and they are o.k. with that. Like I said before, we are not going anywhere. Get used to us. This is a Curvy Girl revolution and we will not be stopped. We will continue to rock our corsets, bustiers, vinyl pants, sexy panties, push up bras and teeny tine little trashy dresses on our big, fat, curvy bodies and there is nothing you can do about it!
So, feel free. Comment away. We would prefer supportive and love filled messages -- after all, our parents, kids and coworkers do see your comment, too. Choose love, not hate, please.