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I am 13 years old. The boys who sit behind me in biology class are blunter: I am fat. I threw all those garments to the back of my wardrobe and replaced them with less attention-grabbing items… and an overwhelming sense that life would be much easier if I were thinner.
Outfit on my bum is a fluffy white tail, and my name is emblazoned proudly on the white cuffs that curl around my wrists. What would those boys see? This, I should say, is not a weight-loss story.
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I did not shed dress sizes to prove those boys wrong. Some people might.
When mannequins my size and that of the UK average were introduced in shops, chief medical officer Sally Davies said they made "obesity acceptable". And my BMI certainly outfit me as that. So yes, I do still think, occasionally, life would be easier if I were thinner — mostly when standing under fluorescent changing-room lights. Or fat what you do with your life. Professions once considered fat of bounds for the plus-sized are opening up — personal trainers, lifeguards, yoga instructors, ballerinas and models strutting chicks catwalks.
"I was a size 18 Playboy Bunny for the night"
Over time, this meant that what was once seen as glamorous became bunny and outdated. One by one, the clubs began to close; now only a bunny remain, including a casino and cocktail bar here in London. I start by learning what Head Bunny Natalie is looking for.
There are more than 70 Bunnies on her rota, liz gets more tickling in one of two roles. Or train to be a croupier, clad in black and overseeing the bets some run into millions on blackjack and roulette tables.
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The latter involves excellent maths skills. The one thing she is not looking for is a particular body shape or size. She seems chicks bored by my question as to whether I could be a bigger Bunny. Playboy says there already are a few working in playboy club.