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I Like Big Booty BBW

Whenever I think about big booty BBW (BBW singles), I can’t help myself from remembering that hit song from the summer of ’92. You know exactly what I’m talking about. Sir Mix-a-lot’s “Baby Got Back.” Fifteen years later, this song has been kept alive through references in pop culture sources such as movies like Charlie’s Angels and Jackass and TV shows like Friends and The Simpsons.

If you remember the song from its first days on the radio, you will probably also recall there was a bit of a stink made due to the sexual references made about women. Even though I was just in high school at the time, I realized the song wasn’t the male-chauvinistic piece of work that critics claimed it to be. Actually, I thought the opposite (and still do).

You only have to look at the first line rapped by Sir Mix-a-lot to understand my point: “I like big butts.” This simple line revolts against decades of pressure placed on women to look a certain way. The mass media is incredibly influential on a woman’s perception of herself. If she looks in the mirror and doesn’t see the perfectly skinny body of a super model, she forces herself to go on a diet. This is song protests this so-called ideal female form.

Okay, you may think I’m blowing wind out my ass by writing this, but consider this line: “I’m tired of magazines sayin’ flat butts are the thing.” There is also this line: “I ain’t talkin’ about Playboy ’cause silicone parts are made for toys.” And this one: “So Cosmo says you’re fat, well I ain’t down with that.” The song also critiques the “knock-kneeded bimbos” in rock videos.

Yes, yes, yes, the overall lyrics are juvenile, sexually explicit and arguably distasteful, but I don’t see how one could argue they are sexist or degrading to women. This song takes a stand against oppressive expectations of beauty forced on women and celebrates an otherwise uncelebrated body type. It questions obsessive-compulsive health freaks (see our article Fit Girls Gone Wild) by putting the “ass” back in “assets.”

The lyrics objectify women, I’ll give the critics that, but look at the larger picture. Women are sex objects and they will always be sex objects. Why? Because women are beautiful, pure and simple. Men will always be obsessed with women so it’s futile to fight it. (The real battle is to equalize the playing field by objectifying men to the same degree, which is starting to happen with phenomenon like the “meterosexual” male, but this is a whole other article.)

If you’re reading this and you’re a woman, the next time you look at yourself, try looking at what you’ve got, not what you don’t. If you’re a guy and you know deep down inside that a broad with generous booty is far more attractive than a twiggy chick, don’t deny yourself. Don’t let the media mongrels make you think that when it comes to body shape and weight, every guy wants the same thing. Go out there and find the gal of your dreams, on a BBW dating site or elsewhere. When you do, be sure you let her know she’s far hotter than any of the models in Cosmo.

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