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heckles
07-13-2012, 04:29 AM
She is morbidly obese (which I believe is the technical term to describe her weight level), but I wouldn't call her or anyone else's body groteque.


Definitions vary, but generally a BMI of 40-49 is morbidly obese; 50 and above is super obese.

Aussie Willy
07-13-2012, 04:31 AM
She actually looks quite flexible

http://www.radaronline.com/photos/image/144557/2011/09/meet-worlds-fattest-woman#image-load

TheGirlCanSkate
07-13-2012, 04:52 AM
Obese Class III (Very severely obese) is a BMI of over 40.

Prancer
07-13-2012, 04:52 AM
She actually looks quite flexible

http://www.radaronline.com/photos/image/144557/2011/09/meet-worlds-fattest-woman#image-load

From the original article:

Pauline, who admits Alex does most of the work in the bedroom, said: “It also helps that I did gymnastics until I was 12 so I’m very limber.”

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/features/3950482/My-six-times-a-day-sex-with-52st-woman.html

If what you read in the OP's link freaked you out, you might not want to read this one at all.

Mozart
07-13-2012, 05:15 AM
Gee... not surprising she has a bag of Cheetos in her hand in the first link. :rolleyes:

and reaching for donuts in the second

heckles
07-13-2012, 05:54 AM
Potter, who had been consuming 10,000 calories a day, hopes to reach her goal weight of 532 pounds with the help of Alex.

Is 532 pounds her final goal weight, her goal weight for the end of 2012, or what?


I'm trying to imagine what kind of man gets turned on by a 643 lb woman.

In highly-esteemed academic psychological circles, this phenomenon is known as a Chubby Chaser.

made_in_canada
07-13-2012, 06:05 AM
I have a lot of sympathy for the son. Not only is he dressing his mother at 18 but his parents are publicly discussing their sexual habits :yikes:

Angelskates
07-13-2012, 12:09 PM
I really doubt she's burning that many calories. It's been well documented that people routinely overestimate how much they burn in exercise (and underestimate how much they eat).

I spent a lot of time with both a BodyMedia FIT and also wearing a HRM while doing various exercises and things like lifting weights for an hour only burn 50-100 net calories so I don't see how sex could be burning much more than that.

The more obese you are, the more calories you burn during exercise.


I have a lot of sympathy for the son. Not only is he dressing his mother at 18 but his parents are publicly discussing their sexual habits :yikes:

Me, too. He doesn't just dress his mum, he bathes her every day. It isn't easy being a carer, but being a carer for a woman who has clearly done this to herself must be extra hard - and then for her and her partner to go public....:(

MacMadame
07-14-2012, 08:16 AM
The more obese you are, the more calories you burn during exercise.

Yes, but it's not *that* much more especially not for something like sex that for most people doesn't last an hour.

Japanfan
07-14-2012, 09:24 AM
I also don't think this is difficult to understand. They were in love and got married. He had a previous child, and so they had to blend their family. Blended families often fail because of tensions between the children of one parent and the new spouse, and that's apparently what happened here. Doesn't mean the two stopped loving each other, though.

Substitute the weight gain for developing a drinking problem, and I don't think it's difficult to see how the situation developed nor how he could still love her. Would you really find it that difficult to understand if a woman still had attraction for her husband if he returned from combat having lost both his legs?


I could understand if a woman lost attraction to a husband who returned from combat having lost both legs - but in that the case the social pressure to stay would be huge because the guy would be seen as a hero.

Truth is, people leave each other sometimes when physical attraction wanes, and weight gain can be one reason for that. People leave because their partner has a drinking problem or other addiction as well, though in those cases their are often good reasons.

Nonetheless, love that endures physical changes is to be commended and admired. People who experience that kind of love have something that others who know only lust will never experience. Ultimately, IMO it is a deeper and more enduring love.

The truth is, most of are us going to get older and greyer and flabbier and less able. Lots of us are going to get fatter, too. Barring spending a fortune on plastic surgery, we don't have the bodies at 70 we had at 20. It is comforting - and good - to love and be loved nonetheless.

I wish the best for this couple. To be as heavy as her would be some sort of hell for me. I'm quite sure she doesn't get up every morning and say WHEE I weigh 600 pounds. If his love and sex with him can help her get weight down, more power to both of them.

orbitz
07-14-2012, 03:00 PM
Me, too. He doesn't just dress his mum, he bathes her every day. It isn't easy being a carer, but being a carer for a woman who has clearly done this to herself must be extra hard - and then for her and her partner to go public....:(


You really think this woman ate herself to that size? She isn't just fat or obese from eating too much and lack of exercise; She's morbidly obese X2. I'm pretty sure she has some sort of medical conditions that caused her body to get that large.

TheGirlCanSkate
07-14-2012, 03:45 PM
It was sad to read she was a gymnast at one time.

heckles
07-14-2012, 04:32 PM
You really think this woman ate herself to that size?

There is a group of fetishists called "feeders" and "gainers" who gain large amounts of weight on purpose. Don't know if this woman is doing that, but it exists.

Angelskates
07-14-2012, 05:23 PM
You really think this woman ate herself to that size? She isn't just fat or obese from eating too much and lack of exercise; She's morbidly obese X2. I'm pretty sure she has some sort of medical conditions that caused her body to get that large.

Yes, I do. She wasn't always that size, and admits she got bigger as she ate more, did less, and got depressed. If she has a known medical condition, I think it would have been mentioned.

MacMadame
07-14-2012, 07:03 PM
It is well documented that the vast majority of obese people have broken appetite control systems. Even so society is so invested in believing that obesity is primarily an issue of willpower and choice that even obese people are convinced they "did this to themselves".