Thick thighs and bodacious breasts

Pretty much my whole life I have wished I had legs like Heidi Klum.

Slim. Sexy. Statuesque.

What did I get?

Thick legs.

Lately however, I haven’t minded as much.

Perhaps it’s because I no longer read beauty magazines which inundate me with images of women with bodies so very unlike my own.

Perhaps it’s because I’ve set up my Instagram feed to show me images of plus size beauties like @lillias_right

And @theericalauren

There’s just something about seeing women with bodies like my own that make me feel more confident in my own skin.

Nevertheless, I was surprised to find that THIS

was my most popular boudoir photo.

Thick thighs. Hip tattoos showing. Airbrushed skin like plastic.

I suppose that there are men (and women) out there who like thick legs.

I know they are growing on me.

My other most popular picture on this blog is this one:

A hot tub photo with a near nip slip.

Ample breasts, steamy skin, wild hair.

The popularity of this photo surprises me less.

I’ve just got to say how very impressed I am with my blog audience for liking these photos.

Guess what?

Thick thighs and bodacious breasts are IN!




What brings you here?

One thing I can see on my blog are search terms people enter in their web browser to land at my site.

The number one search term is “THICK LEGS.”

Yes, I wrote about THICK LEGS a while back on account of the fact that I have them and I’ve hated them my whole life.

I’m in the process of trying to reprogram myself to not find them ugly.

Basically because it’s awful hard to go through life HATING a part of your body.

This picture is BY FAR THE MOST POPULAR pic I have online of THICK LEGS.

Beautiful lady, wouldn’t you say?

I wouldn’t call her ugly.

Then, of course, there’s the second term that people enter into their browser to search my site: HAIR PULLING.

My ex-boyfriend Dave was the first man to pull my hair, way back in 2010.

I remember I’d just mouthed off to him and challenged his masculinity.

When I turned my back on him, he grabbed a handful of hair, pulled on it, and whispered in my ear words that assured me he was quite virile and capable of taking care of business.


This picture is my HAIR PULLING picture that gets the most views.

hairpulling5And finally, people surf on into my site by searching for “BURNING MAN.”

I can’t tell you how exciting it is to have people read posts from my virgin year at Burning Man in 2015.

I was such a crazy planner and Tejas barely managed to reign me in. Perhaps I was a little too obsessed with clothing, but in the end, I survived the desert and even had a good time despite some crappy events transpiring.

Happy to share my thoughts with others.

Of course, THIS is the most popular Burning Man pic on my site:

So there you have it. . . the top 3 searches that land people on unblunder – THICK LEGS, HAIR PULLING, and BURNING MAN.


That’s about right.

Got tits. Got ass. Got legs?

One of the benefits of running a blog is seeing the search terms people enter into their search engine in order to come up with my blog:

  • Erotic hair pulling
  • Babe pantie ass
  • Men with beards
  • Sexy hot thick leg

Wha? Sexy hot thick leg?

Yes, indeed. People surf on in to unblunder to read about (and see) thick legs.

I once wrote a post about it.

A very POPULAR post.

The truth is, I’ve got a nice butt. And I’ve got great tits. But the legs… well, they’re not gonna win any competitions. I’m no Victoria Silverstedt.

FullSizeRender(10)I’ve struggled with this my whole life. I’ve always wanted nice slim stems to strut around on but instead I was given a sturdy pair.

It is, quite possibly, the most sensitive and vulnerable thing about me.

Oh wait… there’s something else.

But it’s damn close.

In any case, I like to look on Pinterest for “thick legs” because seeing all those curvy ladies and realizing they’re still beautiful in spite of or because of their legs, makes me feel a whole lot better about mine.

And of course, I get a little giddy realizing that SOME GUYS LIKE IT AND SEARCH FOR THICK LEGS ON THE INTERNET.

So there you go.

Sweet little body, I will try SO HARD to not criticize you as much as I have in the past.

You’re beautiful.


And just for shits and giggles, here’s a pretty good representation of what I think I look like….naked.


Outside my comfort zone

I am a big believer in the saying “Amazing things rarely happen in your comfort zone.”  I’ve spent the better part of 10 years  stepping outside my comfort zone with wonderful results – I’ve flown airplanes, I’ve gone skydiving, I’ve rafted Class IV-V rapids with strangers, I’ve gone to naked spas, I’ve meet fascinating people with alternative views on life, I’ve kayaked in the Pacific ocean, I’ve whale watched, I’ve crawled through caves with holes a regulation basketball wouldn’t fit through.  And I’ve enjoyed it all (except for the cave crawl which I WOULD NEVER DO AGAIN).

But the one thing that strikes fear in me, that I really don’t want to do but think I probably should, is wear a strapless minidress and go out in public.  Yes, nothing scares me more.  I would rather get in the water with a great white shark than don a mini skirt and go out in public.

Of course, this has everything to do with my insecurities about my legs.  So in usual fashion I’ve gone online to find similar examples of “thick legs” and I’ve posted them here.  I actually like them.  I should look at them everyday (instead of pictures of Kate Moss and other lollipop supermodels) and see if I don’t feel better about my own body.  So here you go…. my “thick leg” photo collage.


I’m beginning to realize that as we get older, our bodies will start to fail us. It’s an inevitable part of the aging process. And do I want to spend the time I have left fighting with my body or loving it?! I think loving it is the better option.

Love curvy bodies? Care to comment?