I'm 15 years old and going into my 3rd year of high school. I'm 5'5 and very thick. I'm a 32D and have big hips and big thighs. I find that most guys find me attractive cause of these features. They find having big thighs and breasts are sexy. I just think that may be the case cause I have clothing on. But off, I look like a mess. Sure, im curvy, but my thighs are very big. I feel bad about my weight and im trying to lose the fat off my thighs and stomach. I've been told by past boyfriends that my body is beautiful. But they just don't understand. I've been teased before about my looks. My own family thinks I should lose a couple of pounds yet being thick runs in my family.
I need advice. Please take me seriously for I am a real person, with feelings. Thank you
Posts: 1 | From: Florida | Registered: Jul 2012
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Beauty as a standard varies greatly across cultures and individuals. Sure, there has been people in the past who behaved maliciously and who may have found you unattractive, but there is a good chance that other people are going to find you attractive. I think that your past boyfriends were being honest when they said that your body is beautiful. Everyone has a different standard and preference when it comes to choosing partners.
What is the specific concern that you would like help with? Is it perhaps the fear you might experience regarding being undressed in front of future partners, and whether they will find you attractive?
No one here at Scarleteen will refrain from taking you seriously or judge you, trust me. Everyone that I know are eager to be of help and extremely empathetic. So don't worry.
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