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Four reasons why some African men like curvy women

News Hub Creator 05/20/2021

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Numerous studies have shown that a large number of African men prefer women who are deviant. It is a difficult situation that many women in Africa and abroad face, especially the skinny women, on an almost daily basis.

It is almost certain that an African man will turn his head when a woman with huge backside passed by only to see her "killer curve." It becomes even more absurd when you listen to some of the reasons given to justify mania.

As an African, I have to admit that I have experienced this situation many times. There's only one thing about curvaceous women that makes it hard not to turn around as they pass.

1 Healthy and fertile

In an African environment, where drought and famine are widespread, fat people get a lot of attention because they are considered healthy and wealthy. As for curvy women, their fuller body shape is seen as a sign of improved health and fertility. Some men believe that women who deviate are more likely to give birth to healthy children. This idea seems to stem from the traditional African belief that wide thighs and large breasts are the main indicators of a woman's fertility.

2 The big one is beautiful

Another set of African men claims that curvaceous women are attractive and showy. Others say that women with assertive bodies are more feminine, younger, and gentler. For some men, dating a thin woman is like being in a relationship with a guy. A fleshy woman also looks slender and youthful. But it may be the excess oil under their skin that makes their wrinkles greasy and makes them look timeless.

3 Adult and motherhood

Well-defined female curves are considered more mature and motherly, especially in an African environment. Most men view skinny women as "manly men" and "as children." Others saw them as weak and unable to bear strong and healthy children. This group of men did not believe that Skinny women were strong enough to raise children.

4 Strong and forbearing

Traditionally, African women have to do most household chores, including firewood, cultivating the land, and other difficult jobs. Women, especially brides-to-be, are expected to be strong and hardworking. Many young African men Still Look use this disposition as a yardstick for finding the right woman.

African men are connected this way 99 percent of African men grow up in societies that glorify large men. You're programmed to want a great body, especially when it comes to finding the perfect soulmate. The media are also largely responsible for mania. Today, most television commercials and music videos, especially those aimed at the black community, use curved models as the latest fad, adding to the craziness.

However, it is important to note that not all African men are obsessed with women with large bones. A large number of them were very satisfied with their thin athletic figure. But it's definitely impossible to imagine a world where African men aren't crazy about their curvaceous wives.

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