Giant boobies, tremendous booty, flesh that bounces and jiggles— HUSTLER’s reporter at large dives deep into the big, beautiful world of fat girl sex and finds out why so many men go crazy for curves.
I admit it: I love fat girls. Don’t get me wrong, I love women of all shapes and sizes, but my attraction to fat girls is primal. From the dawn of mankind up until the turn of last century, these were the girls who turned heads. Then we began to shame them. But times are changing. Big, beautiful women (BBWs) are reclaiming their sexuality and proving themselves ultra-desirable. Call it a plussize renaissance, but the past decade has seen curvaceous babes catapult to sex symbol status. Mainstream TV and adult entertainment have embraced big beauty queens. And now fat guys like me, who thought we had BBWs all to ourselves, have to compete with jocks and pretty boys for a curvy girl’s attention. Fuck!
When I set out to research BBW lust, I knew I couldn’t just approach dudes on the street. I wanted honest answers from a bunch of guys with fat girl experience. Then it struck me: New York Comic Con! Rumor had it geeks and freaks love chubby girls as much as I do. So I casually approached attendees and struck up a conversation, bullshitting about my knowledge of comic characters. Then, when the time was right, I asked them, “Why do you dig big chicks?”
There were the usual cliché responses like, “More cushion for the pushing,” but I persisted. I knew that the more guys I talked to, the better chance I would have of piecing together a complete answer. “What makes a BBW appealing to me is that there’s more to grab on to,” said Daniel from Southern California. “The few times I hooked up with a big woman, the experience felt enhanced—there was more sexy territory to cover.”
An anonymous con attendee from Tennessee insisted there was just no comparison between big women and thin waifs. “Skinny women are boring. I’ve never found anything a skinny girl could do that a BBW couldn’t do twice as good. BBWs look healthier and more appealing. They have more respect for themselves in the way they dress.”