Curvaceous: (adj) description of a woman having a well-shaped figure with voluptuous curves.
There are two immutable facts that cannot be denied but certainly would open up debate among those concerned.
- Girls who are curvaceous and buxom in high school normally become heavy-set and what we might call “chubby” as they get older.
- Boys who seemed to be in great shape in high school, playing football, become portly, often sprouting a beer gut after their escapades on the gridiron.
When high school reunions come around, men who used to be svelte or women with curves which produced great desire arrive at such celebrations looking, shall we say, very “domesticated.”
On the other hand, those students who were ignored, thin or obese, have often gone out and changed their appearance and persona completely.
I am fully aware that a woman’s breasts are a delight to view, interesting to touch for about a minute-and-a-half but are not what you would call “the main course” of a sexual smorgasbord.
A bosom of that sort is a banquet for a baby.
But because we are foolish, we insist that women who have huge breasts are very sexy—until we realize that these curvaceous wonders are really just fat cells.
And consider this: if it’s easy to build up the fat cells in the chest, it is equally as easy to build them up in the waist, the thighs and the cheeks. Both sets. So be careful.
Our society, which is obsessed with curvaceous women, must evolve into a more mature understanding:
Breasts can be problematic for everything—from dressing to disease.
And once we gain a more sophisticated approach, maybe we can just learn that ninety percent of our sexuality is in our brain.