So when I picture curvy, I always thought of it to be just an hour glass shape. So I thought any girl, fat or skinny, is considered curvy if she has wide hips and a skinnier waist.
So I thought THIS was curvy.
But the women who are considered curvy are JUST the bigger ones with that shape, and my question is why? Isn't curvy a shape and not a size?
Most Helpful Girl
Wrong. It's not just associated with bigger women. Literally any size girl can be considered curly because curvy is a shape, not a size.
PS- can't wait for all the "fat girls stole the word" "fat girls use that to feel better about themselves" comments 😒0
Most Helpful Guy
Because fat people think it's offensive to call them fat.
In a few years from now, they'll get offended if we call them curvy, and we'll have to start calling them skinny.0