Listen, women… you’re all beautiful regardless of size. Shape. Feature. It doesn’t matter! We need to transcend that blanket ‘image’ accepted by society and realize that it’s not about our ‘equipment,’ but rather what we do with it. Not to sound overtly suggestive, of course….
The Fact Is Self-Esteem Is in the Eye of the Beholder
No one should have to give you any self-esteem. You get that on your own. But I can at least help you get there! Case in point: creativity with the English language. It’s cute. I came across a friend of mine who blurted out something so outrageous and funny that it immediately made me think of this one important point and outlook in life:
Love what you have! Be funny! Be spontaneous!
What was the big outrageous and funny outburst? A word. The word was volumptuous, and it grabbed my attention better than any hot Charlotte McKinney model out there.
This is a word that speaks out to the generations of women who constantly obsess in the mirror over their lumpy areas, sags, and droops galore that make them think they’re wrinkly or bumpy. Let’s get the self-esteem at a super-charge level and realize that while you may not be voluptuous (although I’d venture to say that some men out there might be turned off by the whole “voluptuousness” of women), as in curvy and hot, you’re most definitely a hot, “volumptuous” lady with plenty of lovin’ to give.
You’ve got the goods, miss. And you certainly don’t need an hourglass figure to let everyone know that.
Volumptuous: It Means “Not a Perfect, Plastic Barbie Doll”, But a Radiant, Womanly Goddess
So you’ve got some lines on your body. More definition. More importantly, declaring your appeal in such a clever way gives you even more ammo to boost your own self-esteem and confidence, and transcend the obvious. You’re a trendsetter. You’re a unique trendsetter.
So be “volumptuous” and let any curve on your body point the way to paradise, lady!