Why is it that every single MAJOR plus size model, recording artist or TV star has really big boobs and a bubble butt?

A fat woman doesn’t always have big breasts and a bubble butt.

The biggest plus size celebrities today include Tess Holliday, Hunter McGrady, Ashley Graham and Lizzo.

They all have big bosoms and big bubble booties.

Let’s admit it: Tess, Hunter and Ashley would NOT be where they are today without their ample breasts.

Big Breasts and Booties Don’t Always Come with Plus Size or even Obesity

Before you insist that large breasts and a big round derriere necessarily come with a hefty body, you’re mistaken.

The reason we can’t name any full-figured famous women with a “flat chest” and a “pancake” butt is because they never get hired in the modeling world or film industry; nor do they get major recording contracts.

However, I CAN think of one TV star woman who, when she was 400 pounds, still had small breasts and a flat saggy behind: Mama June.

But then again, she wasn’t a model, recording star or actress in a sitcom like big-bosomed and big-bootied Melissa McCarthy.

I’ve seen many fat women with very small breasts. You’ll see them at Walmart. You’ll see them on the streets.

In my dormitory at college was a fat girl who had a pancake butt and breasts that appeared A-cup size at the most.

At a past workplace was a woman who appeared to be 300 pounds. Her breasts looked A-cup and she had anything but a “bootylicious” behind.

So NO, big breasts and big rumps DON’T necessarily come with excess body fat.

Not So Famous Plus Size Models: Big Breasts

Have you noticed that in all those “All bodies are beautiful” ads, as well as ads for plus size undergarments and swimwear, every single plus size model has at least a C-cup, and often a D-  or DD-cup?

If the ad is for bras for large breasts, then of course, the models will be well-endowed.

But what about ads for clothing unrelated to breast size? And what about pictures of plus size women for body positive ad campaigns?

  • Where are the flat chested, plus size women?
  • Featuring a woman with a double mastectomy isn’t relevant, as this is about women with naturally small breasts.
  • Where are the women with flat butts?

There is NO way Jose that Lizzo would be where she is today if she had the boobs and butt that Mama June had at 400 pounds.

Melissa McCarthy would never have been cast as Molly for “Mike & Molly” had she been only an A-cup.

The body positivity movement is very exclusive of flat-chested women with pancake rumps.

Fat Women with Small Chests and Flat Behinds on Instagram

There are some obese women, who aren’t very big on top, with over 50,000 IG followers.

But this isn’t about an Instagram influencer who somehow managed to reel in 50- or 100,000+ followers.

It’s about the plus size women who HIT IT BIG in three industries:

1) Modeling
2) Recording
3) Film

Every single plus size woman, who has struck gold in these industries, has BIG breasts and a generously large round butt.

If you know of a plus size or clinically obese woman, who’s very successful in any of these three industries, who’s “flat” on top and on the bottom – then please post this celeb’s name in the comments section below. Because right now, I cannot think of any.

Body positivity — when it comes to major modeling, recording and film contracts — applies ONLY to plus size/obese women who are at least a D-cup (maybe a C-cup) and who have an ass that sticks out from here to the curb.

The only exception is that perhaps a very tiny number of very successful full-figured women (in those three industries) don’t have much of a behind, but they ALWAYS have the big hooters.

The body positivity movement is a sham. Not all of it, but some of it. And don’t get me started on the blatant exclusion of older women and women with traditionally unattractive facial features in all those body positive awareness ads.

The online version of Marie Claire ran a post in August 2018 titled “The 12 Most Famous Plus Size Models in the World.”

Two we already know (Tess and Ashley) are on that list. The other 10? Well, let’s just say that NOT ONE OF THEM IS “FLAT CHESTED.” See for yourself. A few don’t appear to be that endowed, but check them out on Google Images!

Lorra Garrick is a former personal trainer certified by the American Council on Exercise. At Bally Total Fitness she trained clients of all ages for fat loss, muscle building, fitness and improved health. 

 

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