huge balls are not attractive js
i'm 5'5 and 122lbs. my license says i am 104lbs, but that was when i was 16. i was around 110 until around the beginning of last year, where i gained like 4 pounds out of NOwhere and i was extremely freaked out. it didn't really stop, even though i was watching what i ate, and now i comfortably hover around 120-123. a whiiile ago, like 7 months or so ago, i stopped weighing myself daily. i was obsessive about my weight after i basically gained 10 pounds in a few months, although i was rather skinny and could have used the weight (perfectly happy now...kinda) it was just a really really weird feeling to be a new (obvious) weight after having been very thin for so long. some pants didn't fit anymore! i was so upset!!!
now, i ogle myself in the mirror in the mornings and swivel my hips, enjoying the bit of meat i've added to my bones and wondering how i ever did fit into size 1 pants, and not really missing being that skinny. whether the BMI calculator is accurate or not (and YEAH most of the time it is for the average person using it since they are not considered bodybuilders/fitness nuts and don't have a lot of muscle to really create outlying numbers for the BMI calculation) people should just be happy with how they look at a glance. i've learned to not obsess about what a scale says about my weight and just appreciate how i actually look.