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    Developing young lady
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    LeaFisher posted:
    This is a three part question actually...

    One, what age does a womans body stop maturing?
    Two, does being sexually active make your hips bigger?
    Three, What are some foods that I can eat to obtain more caloric intake?

    Facts:
    I am 19, and still a virgin..and, I guess one would say, well endowed with curves, but I would like to be curvier. I currently weigh 155lbs, but the catch is that I have a very fast metabolism (fast isn't the right word for it) I heard that the typical female body stops developing at 19, but I have noticed that my breasts have gotten bigger is this all dependent on the person and body type? Thank you
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