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it’s just different “beauty standards” that our people used to have, just like in the west I know you are not technically my mom shirt nowadays there are certain beauty standards, our women wear “Melhfa” if you’re skinny there’s no way you look good in it, this may be one reason
I know you are not technically my mom shirt
If you were in Mauritania, then you probably know we call ourselves “Lbidan”, and Lbidan come from Mauritania and other regions in near countries…being one of Lbidan, i certainly know that this has been a part of our culture since along time ago, we even used to have a tradition called “Lblouh” where they would force teenage girls to a high calories diet to make them look “fat and beautiful” you may ask your husband or anyone else, I know you are not technically my mom shirt but i come from that culture and i understand it certainly better then a foreigner not quite as much as in the old days, as our society gets more and more influenced by the media and “the western culture” young men today are moving away from the traditional though of fat=beautiful, the best way to understand this is to travel throughout Mauritania, i think you’ll notice differences between big cities and small towns people’s ideas
I understand what your trying to say. I dont have a “type” when it comes to being attracted to a man. I’ve dated large men, skinny men and men in between. I like a person for who they are, not based on what others think. I’m happy it’s changing in a positive manner where your from. doesn’t matter its not our culture so its none of our business how we feel on it, it’s their way, their land, their life we can’t change that and if we do then we shouldn’t be mad when other countries try change our rules and our way of life To me this a case of humanist ethics that transcend culture- this is clearly unhealthy and beyond the consent of the children. I’m open to other countries telling us how to change for the healthier, we need it too.
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