Big Sexy

Today’s random Internet score is this beauty!

I’m so enchanted by full figure entertainment and the delicious BBW model search you can expect to see more of these big-bootie-full divas in this blog in the future.

Magnolia Black – Glam, Neo-burlesque, Vintage

Why do you want to represent FFE?

I want to create positive change and promote self acceptance. I want to add my voice to the chorus of women singing , “We are beautiful, we are worthy, we are intelligent, we are powerful , my dress size does not define me, I design my own possibilities.”

Why are you a role model for other plus-sized women?

Gandhi said, “Be the change you would like to see in the world,” and I am. From burlesque to blogging, I have the ovaries and intestinal fortitude to live my dream unapologetically in my present size and body. I love to encourage others towards the same.

If you could tell FFE fans one more thing about yourself, what would you want them to know?

I went through “it”. From sneak eating to starving, I’d binge and purge on self hate. I believed what “they” told me. Now I know differently. I refuse to let anyone suppress my sensuality, my personality and neither should you. I became free, I became fierce. Let me share all this sexy saucy freedom and fierceness with you .

What is your theme song?


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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. wobsy
    Dec 18, 2011 @ 15:19:25

    Are healthy and attractive not the same thing?


  2. glmorrison
    Dec 27, 2011 @ 03:43:20

    If what you are saying is that one can be healthy and attractive at any size then I agree, wobsy. However trends such as “heroin chic” indicate that health and “attractiveness” do not necessarily have any connection.

    Many people who are battling cancer or another illness have people come up and say “you’ve lost weight! you look so good.”


  3. wobsy
    Dec 27, 2011 @ 10:13:20

    Well, OK. Are you saying that there are perverted views of what is healthy, just as there are perverted views of what is attractive?
    I’m not in favour of the “stick thin” look because I don’t think it’s healthy or attractive. I’m not in favour of obesity for the same reasons. I support the outcry against exclusive use of skinny models because of the impact this has on women in general and young girls particularly. BUT I think we need to beware we don’t go too far the other way: excess fat isn’t good either. A message of “it’s OK to be overweight” does no-one any favours.


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