I was wondering if being chubby is cute or sexy to men?
Well, that is kind of loaded question. Guys, just like girls, have their preferences. I suppose some guys like skin and bones, some like CrossFit types, and some like curvy.
If you are asking what I personally like – I like em all.
I have known and seen women who are relatively short (5′2″-5′5″) who were around 200lbs that had me weak in the knees and dated toothpicks too. So weight has not been a real deciding factor for me, personally. I see plenty of women who are just plain sexy as fuck who are heavier. Unfortunately, they don’t tend to be in porn with guys I follow (i.e. Ryan Madison, Nacho Vidal, Manuel Ferrara), and when I look at porn to post on my blog, I tend to look for women being overwhelmed, and so I look for guys who can accomplish that. Believe it or not, plenty of porn star guys seem to suck in bed.
That all being said, I really can’t stand the way the words are used surrounding weight because you really don’t gain any information about what that person looks like in reality when the words “thick” and “curvy” are introduced. What I mean is, a girl may be 4-6 sizes past her peers, and consider herself “thick” or “curvy”, or she may be 20 sizes past, and consider herself “thick” and “curvy”. So Tumblr profiles that say that tend to just communicate no real information, mainly because everyone uses those words to suit their needs.
When you meet a girl and they say they are “tall”, you know they are 5′10″ or up. A man who is “tall”, is likely 6′1″ and up.
I personally have a gut. Fuck it. I really don’t care all that much. I work out, really don’t enjoy cardio, and dieting is always kind of pain. I am who I am. I offer a lot. If somebody can’t see that, I don’t want them in my life anyway. I have known plenty of ‘fit’ guys who can’t fuck like me, work as hard as me in their careers, and suck as dads. I enjoy bourbon, ice cream and apple pie, and cheeseburgers and don’t give a fuck if some girl wouldn’t like that.
You are beautiful and don’t need to know you to know that. We all are, in our own way. Find someone who can see it.