Girls is well, not the correct term.
But as it is, it IS the term used by my husband when he said that there are girls who are slim but are well endowed. Very few, but there ARE.
So I was chatting with Liz the other day, and she said this: "It's not like we can control where the fats go to."
And she's right.
Our body fat percentage is as it is. We can tone, exercise, condition etc, but fats are fats. And our body's survival instinct and fat storage doesn't care about aesthetics.
Or maybe we belong to the 99% and are just extremely jealous that God didn't bless us :( Sad.
My personal experience was... that my worst years were the years where I started gaining weight slowly in late secondary school, polytechnic, and struggled to lose it during my university years (another story). The key reason for my weight gain is unhealthy diet, and an extreme obsession with Gunbound in upper secondary (I think I was pretty damn good at the game too, at the expense of my studies). My parents were working all day, so the simple solution was to buy fast food and play games.
Gosh, I sound like a slug.
So at my heaviest, I was 65kg. At my lightest, after an insane weight loss obsession, I was 43kg.
The focus is boobs. So I shall focus on boobs haha.
At 65kg (BMI 23.3), I had full C cups, and when I lost 20 Kilograms to 45kg (BMI 16.1), I fell to A cup. Now at 50kg averagely, Im a B cup. So the body fats theory is right, isn't it?
It's difficult to tell somebody who has body image issues that health is wealth, being healthy is more important than whatever else etc. Because they're blind to everything except their insecurities.