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    Love Your Body
    An_210667 posted:
    My wife was 140 pounds when we got married 20 years ago. After 4 Beautiful daughters, my Angel wife has put on extra weight. She worries more of her own body image and also of hurting me. When two people are in love and in the heat of passion, hurting your partner is the last thing he's worried about. I like to be able to view every curve and dimple of my wife when we make love. Your weight won't hurt your partner because it'll be on your legs. Be careful you might get a leg cramp so change it up. Whether you are a large beautiful women from your genes or lack of exercise it doesn't matter. I've always been attracted to larger women because they seem more truthful about things. Remember to talk to your partner. Ask him. If he was worried of you hurting him (which I couldn't see any guy saying that) unless he's lying and using it as an excuse, then you have nothing to worry about. Experiment and have fun.
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