I’m Not Just A Big Girl, I Am A Supernormal Releaser

Supernormal stimuli is :

“A supernormal stimulus or superstimulus is an exaggerated version of a stimulus to which there is an existing response tendency, or any stimulus that elicits a response more strongly than the stimulus for which it evolved.”

What does that mean for some humans? It means if your natural attraction is to curvy women (big tits, big ass, thick thighs, bit of a tummy) then some men will find someone like me to be a Supernormal Releaser – I will drive their biological urge into overdrive with my exaggerated tits and ass. It’s pure biology and not some freakish fetish.

There are a ton of examples in nature where animals look for and act upon the theory that the bigger, the better. Humans are no different. Women do it all the time and no one blinks. Why do you think rich, old men can get hot, young women? The biological urge in women is to find the best provider but that changes when ovulating we look for the strongest,  most masculine…so the bigger in both cases.  Rich men are Supernormal Releasers, women with exaggerated features, who wear make up or are larger than normal are all Supernormal Releasers. There is nothing weird about it, it’s how we are wired. So, men who are attracted to slim women would find the model thin girl to be a Supernormal Releaser.

My point is that a lot of people think that being attracted to Big Girls is a fetish, a weird and unnatural thing. It’s not, it’s purely biological, some men are simply wired to be attracted to us Big Girls, like others are wired to be attracted to short girls, skinny girls, the same sex, both sexes, etc…and in the case of that wiring, the bigger the better, as the saying goes!








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