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  1. John Michael Karoly
    06 · 5 · 15 @ 11:42 am

    Dr. Suzy, you have the most beautiful cleavage!

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  2. Apolonio E. Muñoz III (Sister Mariposa)
    06 · 5 · 15 @ 9:55 am

    Pleasure meeting you, can’t wait to see you again

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  3. Chelsea Demoiselle (Raw)
    06 · 5 · 15 @ 12:42 am

    Well, I find this blogpost to be honest and sincere while also being thoughtful in the midst of some differings of approach. So much so that I’m able to at once enjoy the reportback of the burly burlesque competition, along with photos of the show itself and yet still hear some differing viewpoints. In my other life, I’m a weightloss consultant with a holistic whole foods focus, so, along the lines Max presents, I feel health is the objective reason for watching one’s weight while at the same time accepting one’s self and being active… I will say, though, I saw a small clip of some awesome footage tonight from the competition and was quite inspired!… Beautiful and celebratory! Additionally, shaking it is a big part of getting fit, with the addition of more fresh fruits and vegetables.

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  4. Leggy Lass Greenleaf
    06 · 4 · 15 @ 3:29 am

    Oh, wow, thank you so, so much! Your kind, sincere words mean the world to me. More than any award. :) I’m honored.

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  5. Damion
    06 · 4 · 15 @ 1:38 am

    Love all women and men too, all sizes, shapes and genders, but there’s something unhealthy going on here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PCkvCPvDXk

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  6. Max
    06 · 4 · 15 @ 1:16 am

    I don’t want to get in trouble here but I was somewhat disappointed by the show, well, not the show, the contestants. I’m a big supporter of humanity, well not all of humanity. I was excited to go because when I was a young man of 16 I worked in Vaudeville variety show and traveled around Italy (I did imitations of Elvis) with an amazing bevy of women from many different countries. They were beautiful, stunning. Italy was still a very poor country then (1957) and lots of these variety acts attracted women who wanted to earn money to send home to their families. The side work for some of the dancers was selling a little sex on the side.

    So when I arrived at the theater, I was rather shocked, as my memory did not include a display of so many over-sized women. It wasn’t very sexy for me, in fact I was rather turned off. It’s one thing to see a beautiful curvy woman, it’s another thing to see what I can only say were some just really fat women shaking their ass on stage. The couple next to me left, I stayed at least to support the art and any woman, fat or skinny to explore and participate in such an event.

    Problem was I could only image those big gulp sodas, McDonald’s hamburgers, french fries, apple pie etc. To disrespect your body like that is a terrible crime. I know, I struggle with my weight all the time but to reach those levels is down right suicidal.

    I’m glad fat has been liberated, but I’m sorry that we have come to this. Finally, the venue was filthy. Not what I remembered from my wonderful travels in burlesque when I was just a young man.

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    • Del Rey
      06 · 6 · 15 @ 3:59 am

      Max, I support body positivity. Seriously I do. And like Jack Nice, I enjoy a woman with a bit of curves but I have to agree with ya, the whole Great American Expansion has reach epidemic levels. But can we really blame the people? Who have been born and bred within the confines of a war-fueled capitalist society? Seriously, I’ve traveled around the area and one of the major issues is the fact that there really isn’t any local access to nutrient dense food. The area– and many parts of LA– is peppered with fast food chains, quick stop liquor stores. It feels like the weigh gain has become an institutionalized norm. For my height and weight I’m often the minority, probably because I don’t stuff my face with a bunch of fast food, and (at least try) to keep physically active.

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  7. Jack Nice
    06 · 4 · 15 @ 1:00 am

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  8. Natasha Skinski
    06 · 4 · 15 @ 12:42 am

    Wow…that’s messed up! I know you can see talent and judge fairly …I’m sorry to hear such a disrespectful action on their behalf!

    Much love!
    Natasha Skinski

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  9. Jack Nice
    06 · 3 · 15 @ 11:36 pm

    I have to admit I’m a big fan of big women, and small women and medium women. In african culture there is a tradition of big women being the standard for female beauty in places like Tunisia they force women to drink this nasty lard concoction to be suitably zaftig to find a husband. Big women are definitely the standard for female beauty for my African friends, and that carries over into African American culture as well, its a fairly traditionalist kind of thing in that ultimately in cultures that didn’t have prenatal care a well fed woman was far more likely to survive child birth as well as holding up to the absolutely grueling demands of traditional motherhood.

    Me I appreciate all people the Jack Nice way is about having love and appreciation for everyone, even ugly senior fellows with bad social skills like Donald Sterling lmfao, if he needs to have someone to talk to he can call the institute any time Donald, we’re here for you 24/7 I’m sure you have a lot to talk about after losing the Clippers to that retired Microsoft nerd who I admit looks kind of cute in some weird dom-ish way.

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  10. Tony Sissy
    06 · 3 · 15 @ 12:00 pm

    Gorgeous ladies, heaven of feet

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  11. Mandar Shiva
    06 · 3 · 15 @ 11:58 am

    Sexy pictures

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  12. Cee Bee
    06 · 3 · 15 @ 2:37 am

    Beautiful photos of you! Funny blog too.

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