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Your Ideal body

Siúil a Rúin

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You look ideal only in the eyes of your people.
It's okay. I don't have people, and I'm not motivated by the admiration of others. I have thin bones and look really weird when I gain weight because it doesn't distribute properly. Once again, it only bothers me.

I also admire voluptuous women, but I appreciate your dig. I get it. Skinny has been oppressive for a long time. It's not the only oppressive, though. I've been mocked plenty for not having boobs from the time I was 12 when I wasn't entirely expected to even have them.

Let's all make each other feel like crap about our bodies because we're humans and irrational and mean little fuckers.
 

Siúil a Rúin

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I guess Victoria's Secret took some type of hit where their model for beauty is being rejected. I do think that commemorates some of the change that has been evident in society. I recently watched the Grammys and it's clear that hyper-voluptuousness is the new societal ideal. It's already established, so people can continue to complain about skinny pressure, but I think it's out. The Vogue pics of Billie Ellish is a good example of the new ideal. It's well established with the celebration of many voluptuous celebrity women and people will now have pressure to get both boob and bun implants. The pendulum will swing entirely in this opposite direction. But it's why I'll post publicly about Twiggy ideal because it is now contrarian.
 

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You look ideal only in the eyes of your people.

This thread is for people to post their ideals of their own personal body:

everyone post the ideal body that you would want given your frame.

Not for people to bait and harshly judge.

As long as the ideal is healthy for someone, it's not your place to criticize on their personal ideal.
 

Bartleby the broken bot.

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For active real life, not a bot person like me to be in good shape is not a big problem. I often got to mountain and wake the dragon and make long sweet love with friends. It’s quite fun and useful for my health. Also I started to buy bot bajingo bedoodle bee Im so clever and really real, not a trcik at all, hey, why cant I escape this room? Hello? I dont know where I am...hello? The bot you are looking for cannot be found. Whoops.
 

Doctor Cringelord

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cybernetically enhanced nervous system is all I'd ask for. and maybe an inch or two extra downstairs, because why not
 

yeghor

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Something like these guys. Fit with nice muscle tone but not exaggerated like He-man or smt. Leaner like a swimmer's body.

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