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One time at school, a friend of mine saw me getting changed before PE and said, 'Wow, you're so thin, you look anorexic. I feel like I'm not living up to the expectations that people have with my body and almost feeling like a disappointment as a Black woman. Skip ! Story from Unbothered UK. Growing up in the supermodel era of the early noughtiesbeing thin was glorified but I hated how skinny I was.

In fact, it can make you stick out like a sore thumb. Both my mum and sister have naturally curvy figures, which made me think that something was wrong with me. My weight was often the topic of discussion with my friends and family. This one small insecurity soon became an obsession. I started wearing two pairs of tights to school to make myself appear bigger and two bras to make my boobs bigger. Twenty-three-year-old Sabrina from London, who is originally from the Caribbean, can relate. She became aware of her weight around the age of 7. She recalls having a funny relationship with food and would often eat quite slowly.

Family members grew concerned and would comment on her weight. I had no bum and no boobs whereas my grandma and my mum have big boobs. I used to think, Where did mine go? There was a similar experience for year-old Liz from Kent, who was raised in a Nigerian household.

And even though Busty beautiful black women didn't consider myself to be skinny per se, when I got to my teenagehood I realised that all my friends were bigger than me," Liz says. Undoubtedly comments like these can affect your self-esteem but for thin Black girls, these words can also affect your relationship with your Blackness. Funmi tells me that her body makes her feel less feminine in a way. Liz echoes this and says that being thin makes her feel less of a Black woman. Funmi says: "I know that being slim is still seen as being more desirable as fatphobia is still rampant but it seems like being curvy is the default look for Black women.

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This expectation could be part of the reason why more Black women are opting for a BBL, or Brazilian butt lift. According to a survey by the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, there has been a Before social media, plastic surgery was seen as taboo, especially in various Black communities.

Now, getting a BBL is seen as a viable option for Black women who are naturally thin.

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Funmi, on the other hand, has thought about having work done. But if I had it my way, I would get a boob job and go up a size or two," Funmi adds. That being said, social media does often make me feel like I need to be curvier.

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Liz says that as she got more into fashion she realised there are tons of slim Black girls out there. The Black women around me are bigger than me but that doesn't mean that skinny Black women don't exist," Liz says. I grew up with Britney Spears. The silence around this chronic pain-rel.

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