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By justagingerguy
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In my opinion, it should not matter at all. Part of a ddlg relationship is acceptance of who each other are, inside and out. Just as with all things though, people will have their preferences of course. All you can really do is keep your chin up and if a cg has a problem with big books, it's their loss not yours. Best of luck.

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I agree with 'justagingerguy' that it should not matter what you look like, how you act, or your past. ... All those things are who you are. There's none that have the right to change that (except you). If someone does want to change something(s) about you you need to ask yourself if YOU are ok with is and how YOU are going to live with the NEW you. That is my thoughts on this, ... I hope I'm not coming across as an booty.

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