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09:15 AM on 10/09/2012
I wouldn't want a waist like that but if it could help with keeping the spine straight and rein in my muffin top a little, I would like to wear one.
10:09 AM on 10/09/2012
I remember when I was a little kid, my mom had really bad back problems. She had an "old school" doctor who suggested she try, what they called a girdle back then. I believe they call them shapers now. The ones that hold you in when you want a sleeker look in a nice dress. They support your back and take you in. Give it a try.
11:12 AM on 10/09/2012
Thank you.
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DerAmi
I could not stay awake during micro-bio class.
09:14 AM on 10/09/2012
In the slideshow - # 7

"Donna Simpson, of Akron, Ohio, holds the Guinness record for heaviest woman ever to bear children. She won the title by weighing a whopping 532 pounds when she gave birth to her daughter, Jacqueline, in February 2007 -- an event that required 30 doctors."

So who does Guiness have for the world record for impregnating the heaviest woman?
11:56 AM on 10/09/2012
Probably "anyman".!
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booker52
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09:13 AM on 10/09/2012
Strange, really strange.
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mtwa
09:10 AM on 10/09/2012
Some people are just strangely weird...
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shari2nut
disabled RN, wife, and mom to 3
08:46 AM on 10/09/2012
I'm sorry, but that is just extremely gross. She looks very freaky, not sexy at all! I think she has a mental illness that has never been treated.
08:41 AM on 10/09/2012
gross
08:41 AM on 10/09/2012
If you look at any exhibit of 19th century art, you will notice that all the women portrayed are full-bodied. That was before 20th century male fashion designers began pushing the "thin is in" nonsense. And what do we know about most male fashion designers? What could they possibly know about what attracts a real man to a woman?
Real men appreciate big women. We appreciate all the curves and bulges of the natural feminine figure. We don't want our women to endanger their health to meet somebody's distorted view of what constitutes beauty.
10:30 AM on 10/09/2012
Then you are 1 of a very few men these days that isn't brainwashed into thinking skinny women are the only thing.
10:35 PM on 10/09/2012
I think there are a lot more of us than you realize. In fact, you can look around and see how many couples there are in which the woman is full-bodied and the man looks perfectly happy. God made men to be attracted to a woman's natural figure, not one that has been artificially distorted to fit somebody's distorted view of what constitutes feminine beauty.
Every full-bodied woman who thinks she is too fat should remind herself that she is way better off than Karen Carpenter or the many other women who have died from anorexia. The very existence of that condition stands as a testament to the destructive effects of the "thin is in" myth.
I will NEVER allow some group of guys who are not even attracted to women to decide what I am supposed to find attractive in a woman. And neither will any other REAL MAN.
08:39 AM on 10/09/2012
It's not her natural waist. It's so thin because she wears a painful corset. I don't think people should get titles like that unless it is natural or they just work out regularly. It's actually kind of sickening to me.
08:27 AM on 10/09/2012
I won't wait for any unfortunate tragedy to "DISFIGURE" me. I will do it to myself
08:27 AM on 10/09/2012
Scarlett O'Hara, in Gone With the Wind (the novel, not the movie) is quite proud of her cinched down 16 inch waist--the smallest in several GA counties. Of course, the 19th and early 20th centuries restricted women's movement (and little girls', too) by cinching them so tightly that they could barely breathe. Running and playing was out of the question for a little girl and a "lady" couldn't do much more than sit and look cute. Dancing was rigorous for them. Not a lifestyle most active women of today would want to conduct.
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PumpkinGirl
Karma WILL get you, make no mistake about it!
07:08 AM on 10/09/2012
Oh Thank God I live in an era where I can let it all hang out!! LOL I'd love to claim a Southern Belle waist, I just don't think I could go through that in order to achieve it!
07:03 AM on 10/09/2012
pffft!.... I dont even wear a bra to bed. :/
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08:22 AM on 10/09/2012
me either! Oh wait! I NEVER wear a bra!
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kmcloonjr
Try seeing the other side of the issue
06:53 AM on 10/09/2012
Not sexy.
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06:42 AM on 10/09/2012
gross
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johfrewal
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06:39 AM on 10/09/2012
These women are as sick as women who have Anorexia nervosa, They are moving their organs into places they should not go and cutting off blood supply when these organs are squeezed together. I'm sure they have breathing problems and the O2 level in their blood I bet is quite low, this is what caused the women of the Victorian era to faint. Instead of just calling this a life style we need to get these women the help they need. Just like the women who are starving themselves to look the impossible way the clothing industry wants them to look, these women to be hospitalized so they will not be dead before they are 40.