So, WordPress has this cool thing called ‘Site Stats’ where I can see where every single click comes from and every single term people searched to end up on my blog.

Some of my favourite terms are:

‘curvy busty granny’

‘cleavage wench buxom’

‘”my boobs” 32j or 34j or 36j -sex -fuck -porn -breastfeeding -nursing -milk -cock -silicone -implants -tits’

‘used jetskis for sale’

‘fat woman in cheetah undies’

However, I don’t always love the lusty sites that I end up on but I guess it is inevitable that I will draw the attention of males being as I am in my smalls online…despite there being no shortage of glamour models and the like.  I have also ended up on some rather more flattering blogs where women praise and applaud my body shape – and my love of myself.  This is something that baffles me as I have a long way to go and a lot of weight to lose before I will be totally happy with what I have got, but I always try to make the best of it and that is the reason for my blog.  I want to show the ways I dress my curves and the underwear and bikinis I favour to contain them.  I am in no way shy and not in denial about the way I look, and since Star In A Bra I have had no qualms with undressed photos of me being online as they are already out there.  Women shouldn’t be ashamed of their bodies just because they aren’t perfect and slim like the images we see in the media. Just the same as the term ‘real women’ shouldn’t just be used to describe bigger women.  I would say a ‘real woman’ is one who embraces her chosen gender, celebrates what she has and believes in herself.

These are some are some women who I think are beautiful and inspirational.


Teer Wayde. Stunning and proud of her shape.


Fluvia Lacerda recent star of Vogue is just divine.


Ashley Graham has got, in my opinion, a perfect body.


Denise Bidot models for a plus size line. It is so refreshing to see a woman with such delicious curves modelling clothes rather than a very tall and still slim model. That is why I also love City Chic.

Robyn Lawley is like a goddess, six-foot tall and very striking.


Tess Munster is like a real life pin up, just stunning.


Candice Huffine just oozes sex appeal.


Tara Lynn has got such a gorgeous shape to her.
The Vogue issue with her, Robyn Lawley and Candice Huffine was such a positive breakthrough for plus size models, it was amazing to see.

These women should be the types being used in films, to model all sizes of clothes, on catwalks, in adverts as well as slimmer women. They are helping with the Curvy Revolution and I hope one day they are seen as being equal to slimmer women.

What are your thoughts on this? Let me know :)

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