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Real women have curves

Short story By: Megalanthropus

A voluptuous woman makes a case for why losing weight isn't a priority. A tip of my hat here artistically to Egon Schiele, Fernand Leger, Gustave Courbet and of course the interwebs.

Submitted:Feb 20, 2014    Reads: 328    Comments: 3    Likes: 1   

I tried losing some weight. Then I asked myself - why the fuck!


I am an incredibly happy woman. I take care of my kids all day long. I pack their lunches and think about their homework, and I make sure I don't stop their growth by interfering with what they truly want.

I love my hubby. He's a bit of a BDSM hound and pushes my limits sometimes, but my most erotic tales are precisely from those times. In any case, he's always turned on when he ogles my plus size body. So, I submit to you - why the fuck should I spend time on the treadmill, if the goal is to become one of those skinny twigs.


I get plenty of exercise, mind you. Walking in Manhattan's a bitch, and I walk all over the place. I walked recently from Uptown west side all the way to times square. Then I had me a good cheeseburger and lots of water. I loved the experience.

Hubby enjoys my big boobies as he calls them. He's never ever even spoken about curves or weight. Actually none of my friends really speak to me about this. So why the fuck should I lose weight?


Weight is not a four letter word. I got a check on my triglycerides, my HDL, LDL ratio and all that fancy stuff. Apparently I am healthier than Napoleon, Alexander and Doc Oz. So, let me ask you for the last time, why the fuck should I lose weight?

Tell you what. If you behave, I'll even show you my photos. Hubby may not approve, but I've wanted to do this for a long, long, long time. So here they are. Rub your face in them.


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