Monday, October 02, 2006

sugar babes speak out...


an interview with the all girl band 'the sugarbabes' in trashy british tabliod did result in a couple of good things.

they did publicly support real woman's shapes as opposed to rake thin models and plan to continue eating junk food - kebabs in particulas.

the light article which is 'here' has them mixing and matching in black latex...

coincidently Heidi Range is wearing a pencil skirt i plan to get with my next far east order from the company that supplied me with my new catsuit and brown blouse. i think the order will include semi transparent tights, basic pants and the skirt...

xx

3 comments:

Dark said...

One image which is really hyped is the tiny waisted big boobed beehive figure in the fetish world. This is completely opposite from the tall flat chested fashion model or the ballerina silhouette.

Truth be told... I can't understand the obession with enormous breasts especially some of these super huge inflated chests women sport in their fetish gear? Aren't they turning the fleshy breast into nothing more than an air filled balloon?

So what is the appeal of an inflated torpedo tit etc.?

Anyone care to explain the appeal?

SteveMND said...

I suppose to some degree it has to do with the concept of change and objectification that is so prevalent in much of this particular fetish community. After all, such outfits completely exaggerate the female figure, much as corsets do, in effect 'objectifying' the woman as nothing more than a mere set of breasts, ass and hips, to be used as needed. For those who are into the objectification fetish, that can be yet another step into that fantasy-land.

That said, lets face it -- typically, most guys like big breasts. Empathizing that feature can be seen as very sexy to some.

I was actually far more amused by the girl's comments about 'real size' women and such, especially considering that not one of them can be even remotely considered anything nearing 'heavy,' or anything short of a drop-dead figure. Seems a little disingenuous to me (if well-meaning), as they certainly don't represent the 'average woman' either, methinks. :-)

Or at least here in the States. Maybe in England, that might be closer to the everywoman figure? In which case, bravo! I should move to England. :-)

Dark said...

Steve,

I am well aware of the objectification fetish thing... but if you refer to the Allen Jones images of females as objects it is the FEMALE and not her breasts which is the object. I suppose removing a female from her breasts may be the logical conclusion or an objectification fetish.

Thankfully the compelling Doll fetish is still a whole female and relatively well proportioned...