A U.K. fashion magazine conducted a survey to find the perfect body. Here's what momlogic readers had to say about it.
When we ran our "Brits Like 'Em Big" story about a survey conducted by Fabulous, a U.K. fashion magazine, to find the perfect body, momlogic readers spoke out.
"Sorry but that Anna is fat, plain and simple. If I got as big as her my husband would leave me." - CaraClark
"CaraClark, Anna is not fat by any means and I think it's very ridiculous for you to say so considering she's less than the national average even. None of these women are even remotely obese by any means. You and your husband probably deserve each other." - Kristen F
"I'm overall offended by the title of this article and I don't consider myself to be a feminist. However, you're saying Brits Like Em Big means that a size 10 is big when the average is a 12. Can we really consider that big then? (And as someone in a size 12 at 5'9" I don't like the idea of being called "big" either.)" - Erika
"DAmn...you can tell that this article was written either by a fat chick on PMS or a lesbian for sure." - Melqui
"How many kids does the skinny one have? I have three and think as long as you are happy with your body, size doesn't matter that much. No one is perfect and I'll bet even the skinny ones have something about their body they are unhappy with." - Sheli
"Put it this way, it doesn't matter what size a woman is because you will always have guys out there with different preferences. Some like skinny women, some like women with some curves, some like "thick" women, and some like really overweight women. I believe if you are confident with yourself, then everything is OK. I'm a big girl and my man wouldn't care if I weighed 250 (which I don't). He'd still love me for me." - Tracey T
We are currently hitting the streets to get more opinions on this controversial survey ... and to find out if the perfect body indeed exists. Stay tuned.
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