Making a statement


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Posted by Melanie W. on September 25, 2004 at 17:44:46:

In Reply to: "One must learn to love" posted by HSG on September 25, 2004 at 00:56:39:

Those are powerful words. I will always believe that images are the best way to "convert" anybody into learning to love plussize beauty, but I think words are almost as powerful. And when you put the two together, watch out!

Addition-Elle has posted some of the submissions they received for their slogan contest online, and I ADORE them. They are in the "Make a statement" section of their site. These are not just positive, these are revolutionary. Here are some of my favourites -

-Sexy girls have curves
-Not ordinary...extraordinary!
-Cute, curvaceous and creative - is there any other way to be?
-Love all that you have been given
-Curves rule...and make men drool!
-If I was any more perfect, it wouldnt be fair to anyone else
-To love your curves is to love yourself!
-Temptation at its best.
-Not all women are lucky enough to have curves
-Yes. Its all natural
-I would not trade in my curves for anything
-Too hot to handle
-I will always have curves!
-I can change the world
-Love me and my curves, or dont love me at all
-Im in love with myself
-My curves make me feel sexy
-I envy me
-Curves are beautiful
-I love my body

And my absolute favourite, the one that really got my attention -

-"Curves are the body's natural art"

I never thought of it that way. I LOVE that idea! A soft voluptuous figure is a work of art created by mother nature. Who could ever want to change it?

This contest was a great idea, and Im glad AE is sharing these statements with everybody. I hope we see even more in the future.

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