Hits That Once Challenged Norms of Beauty

Hits That Once Challenged Norms of Beauty
30 Jun
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When you look at the way that society portrays beauty in women, bigger women are rarely the subject of praise. However, some songs decided to go against the grain and celebrate women that were not the typical vision of beauty. We have come up with a list of songs that challenge the beauty norms. These were not just any songs, though. These were hits that had a major impact on the perception of unique ladies!

Music Proves That Men Love Different Women

Before we get into the specific songs that helped to challenge the beauty norms, we have to stop and consider the message that these songs portrayed. Specifically, it showed that men liked to date and be with women that were not the typical beauties shown on magazine covers. Such music is the exact reason why men flock to BBW dating sitesto meet ladies. Although thicker women might not get the feature on GQ, they are still widely loved. BBW have curves, confidence, and attitude. Best of all dating services allow people to meet them quickly and easily from all over the world. Although using websites to meet atypically beautiful women is not something that every man has thought about doing, it’s a fantastic way to encounter new people. 

Hits That Reveal Big Women Are Great 

Many hits have emerged that celebrate women of different shapes and sizes. The songs below show various reasons why people love to meet and date BBW and other sorts of ladies, too.  

  • ‘Whole Lotta Rosie’ by AC/DC

The hard rock band AC/DC is probably the best Australian export in the music world today. They have been around for decades and rocked out to songs like Whole Lotta Rosie. The basis of this song is that the singer met a Tasmanian woman who was very large but also rocked his world for a night. She was a very special woman that is immortalized!

  • ‘Baby Got Back’ by Sir Mix-A-Lot

The famous Sir Mix-A-Lot wrote Baby Got Back and completely changed the conversation around women with a a curvy body shape  forever. Thick and chubby women were eschewed for buxom thin ladies, but this song helped people realize that there is beauty in the curves of the female body and that it attracts men.

  • ‘Fat Bottomed Girls’ by Queen

Freddie Mercury and company knew what they were talking about. This song tells the listener that big beautiful ladies make the whole world go round. These women add flavor and spice to the dating world, and Queen recognized it. 

  • ‘Big Girl (You Are Beautiful)’ by MIKA

The song by MIKA kind of pokes fun at big women by teasing them about filling up the room like a balloon, but they also insist that big girls are beautiful. This song explores the dichotomy facing big women: they are simultaneously desired and social pariahs. 

  • ‘Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others’ by The Smiths

This song talks about women in comparison to one another, maybe in a not-so-cute way, but it also shows that people of all sizes are worthy of celebration. The song is unusual for The Smiths, and it could have been a little more positive, but it was still on the right track. 

Many songs exist that show how men love big women and ladies who are entirely unique. Although some of these songs are not as flattering as they could be to the women involved, they do help get the message out that these women are worthy of being seen as beautiful and valuable individuals. You don’t have to be someone that fits into a mold!

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