I have no issue with women who carry more weight, same with men who carry more. As it's often not life-threatening and isn't in excess but when we are talking health-endangering and such then curvy need to be re-defined to what it used to be. A word for women with a shapely figure not a word for women who overeat to excess.
Examples of small women being curvy:
An Asian (Asians are generally 'smaller') being curvy:
Also, a point to be noted, curves do not come from eating more, people who like bigger often like to say this. It's down to bone structure, genetics and which workouts you choose. If you choose thigh and butt workouts, with workouts that train your obliques then you can achieve a 'curvy' figure and slim down your waist while making your thighs and bottom bigger.
Now onto the bigger women, that are also curvy but not overweight and what I would say is still the definition of 'curvy'
Those above are curvy women. Curvy is for CURVES not for women who are extremely overweight and risking their health. Stop twisting words so they fit your false reality.
This is NOT curvy:
I'm not attacking men who like bigger women, even if you wanted a woman who was 36 stone. For all, I care that is your choice, may I also point out I do not hate people who choose this lifestyle to be overweight nor do I look on in disgust. What I am tired of is words being redefined to fit snowflakes fake realities, often these realities push out the idea of smaller women being able to be curvy and just pushing out smaller women in general. A lot of Asian women are COMPLETELY flat and square but when they get called names no one seems to give a fuck, but when you call a woman who overfeeds herself and is self-inflicting, 'fat' you better run.