In this era where tiny ladies ooze an aura of sexuality, a mother of two boys, Sarah Massey is seeking to inspire women with larger bodies with her butt!
The 33 year old weighing 32 stone, roughly 203 kilograms, can hardly fit into door and once broke a toilet seat by sitting on it. Despite al l this, Sarah is proud of her weight, and her butt. Her butt and weight in general earns her a £750 disability benefit each month as a result of having limited mobility.
“Everyday I get some kind of comment thrown at me, both good and bad – I used to be ashamed but now I hold my head high,” she said. “At school I was teased and called Dump Truck Butt by the other kids, but the condition is hereditary – there’s nothing I can do about it. I went through a stage of worrying what people think, but now I want to show the world I am proud to be me,” she went on to add.
As a proud obese woman, Ms. Massey takes part in risque photo shoots for fans of her figure. “Some people can’t believe one person can have this much butt. Because I’ve got a relatively small frame on top they say, “that can’t be real”. I carry this weight with me all the time, everywhere I go, it’s definitely not fake. Big booty’s are just in my blood,” she continues.
Massey discovered an online community of men who appreciate curvy women meaning she has no shortage of admirers. “It began when I took pictures of myself to document my weight loss and a photographer friend put them on Facebook. They got so many likes that he asked if we could do some modeling pictures, then those pictures went viral.”
Despite being comfortable and proud of who she is, having a wardrobe her size is not easy. “Because of my size I can’t ever find outfits in normal stores. My top half is a 7XL and my bottom half is 10XL so I have to go to specialists. I buy most of my clothes online because there are few plus-size stores with big enough clothes. Larger outfits are expensive so I can spend up to £400 per month on clothes.”
Not only does she find problems with clothing, Sarah also finds problems with doing everyday chores. “With most doorways I have to go in sideways – I do the little wiggle dance to get through,” she explained. “I’ve broken chairs before and I once broke a toilet bowl I was sat on at the theatre – it was awful.”