Curve Appeal
I am 5’0”, 120 lbs, 35-28-38. Bra size 34C.
I’ve followed this blog faithfully and have always wanted to submit, but for a long time I’ve been hesitant because my measurements are smaller than most of the other girls on this blog. The thing about being short is that there’s just not a lot of room for weight to spread out. According to BMI charts, I could lose 10 pounds, and 10 pounds again, and still be within a healthy weight range for my height. Never once in my life have I been called tall, long, lean or thin.
I am also of mixed race (my father white, my mother filipina). It’s always been insanely discouraging to never see any indication of curvaceous asian women in the media… It’s never encouraging to be told that I “look good in spite of my frame”, that that I “have a good personality and talent” when I only wanted to be told that I was pretty like other girls…
It’s only recently that I’ve been getting over my inferiority complex toward tall, white, skinny women. It’s said that we’re supposed to take what we’re given with and make the best of it… I’m on the path to stopping my obsessive self-hatred, allowing myself to feel sexy in my own skin, continuing to be the picture of health I have always been, and for once and for all stop tensing up my belly to try to look like my friends.
This is my body. What can I say? I’m hot.

I am 5’0”, 120 lbs, 35-28-38. Bra size 34C.

I’ve followed this blog faithfully and have always wanted to submit, but for a long time I’ve been hesitant because my measurements are smaller than most of the other girls on this blog. The thing about being short is that there’s just not a lot of room for weight to spread out. According to BMI charts, I could lose 10 pounds, and 10 pounds again, and still be within a healthy weight range for my height. Never once in my life have I been called tall, long, lean or thin.

I am also of mixed race (my father white, my mother filipina). It’s always been insanely discouraging to never see any indication of curvaceous asian women in the media… It’s never encouraging to be told that I “look good in spite of my frame”, that that I “have a good personality and talent” when I only wanted to be told that I was pretty like other girls…

It’s only recently that I’ve been getting over my inferiority complex toward tall, white, skinny women. It’s said that we’re supposed to take what we’re given with and make the best of it… I’m on the path to stopping my obsessive self-hatred, allowing myself to feel sexy in my own skin, continuing to be the picture of health I have always been, and for once and for all stop tensing up my belly to try to look like my friends.

This is my body. What can I say? I’m hot.

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