And I never really struggled with which to identify with.
Though I spent most of my childhood and adolescence in the states, I always felt more connected with the Hispanic part of me.
“Fat women are considered to be cutesy; they don’t really get any attention or have an easy time finding a partner,” she said.
“Women who don’t have the generous bust and butt, the abs and the thick thighs aren’t seen as having a good physique.”And as a teen, I quickly became the “cute” one of my social circle in Medellin.
But I had the Americas/Eastern European side, which meant I had the big bones and the height.
And the combination of the two made it so that if I was to maintain curves, I was to maintain them everywhere — in the parts deemed “good” and the parts deemed “bad.”Saray Perez, a 20-year-old, size-seven communications student in Medellin, points out that although “fat” women aren’t rejected or discriminated against, they aren’t seen as appealing either.
Believe it or not there are men who love and adore fat girls.