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Question: Self-perceived imperfections

Dear Lounge Advice,

I have seen the best looking people in photos on this site. No bellies, little body fat, no marks save a tat or two. Been 2 parties with young and older crowd. My question is how to make the best of an imperfect body with c-section pouch issues, stretch marks, and somewhat saggy breast while in the lifestyle, since we all must get naked, without surgery? Won't people be turned off looking at these imperfections no matter how much confidence one has? Silly question?

JW

Sincerely,

(Anonymous)

  
Dear (Anonymous),

NOT a silly question at all. You see, people put their best foot forward, so to speak, on these websites. Yep, there are certainly a fair share of 'perfect' bods, but it's not an overwhelming majority by far.
Every single body and attitude partakes in this lifestyle. I won't lie- there are some that have certain high physical standards. That's certainly okay. Some will certainly look at the average folk with complete disinterest. No problem.
To each their own, but we can't all be the epitome of physical perfection. We all have those with whom we are compatible.
You most certainly have fantastic matches out there as long as you don't focus on the facade of the Barbie body. Just remember, confidence IS very important. If you can't feel comfortable enough in your own skin, then you will lost certainly lose in your pursuits.
Own it and go forth. Don't judge yourself against a standard that isn't meant to be ' you '.
You're okay. You really are. You'll be surprised at how many luke yoursf you will find if you look past the paradigms.
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