Fat Girl: April Flores - Carlos Batts So. Fat girl porn.And there isn't. There absolutely isn't anything wrong with that. Thing is, that's not what I signed up for when I requested this book.In my defense, the blurb on Netgalley said this at the end:Fat Girl captures an exquisite perspective unique to the celebrated "culture of beauty."Uh, no. No, it doesn't. This is hardly "unique" just because it's a fat girl. It's still just a bunch of random vagina and tit shots. Fat girl or not, that's not unique. There wasn't even an attempt at making the pics tasteful. A couple, maybe, but for the most part, the pics went for the shock factor. Again, in porn, not original or unique. Par for the porn course, actually.And the cover on NG was this one:I really like that cover. I think it's eye-catching and to me, it portrays a different message than the one they actually went with.Look. I see how this is all sounding, but I assure you, I'm not a fuckin prude. I have no problem with porn - any kind of porn. Do whatever. Watch whatever. I don't give a shit. BUT, I feel like the synopsis should be more transparent.As a life-long fat girl, I wanted something that would resonate. I wanted and expected, from that blurb, something more meaningful. It was a little jarring to turn the page and get hit with spread-eagle vag shot after spread-eagle vag shot. Not quite what I was wanting out of a book promising an "exquisite perspective" of the often misrepresented beauty of a fat woman. But maybe you just wanna bust a nut. In that case, this is the book for you, so go to town. Enjoy.ARC received for review via Netgalley.For more of my reviews, visit my blog: