Teach him to truly value women by treating them respectfully, and to encourage dating big ladies to respect themselves.
Teach him to make good choices regardless of what others pressure him to do. Teach him accountability by enforcing consequences when he breaks the rules, instead of blaming his girlfriend like remove the door from his bedroom if they continue to break that rule.
And sit down with the girlfriend and have a heart to heart. Try to get to know her better beyond the abrasive surface presentation - I have a feeling it's covering vulnerability and insecurity and see the good that your son sees in her.
And instead of listing the rules and then harping on her and your son for breaking the rules, explain why you have the rules you do. Tell her she's much too lovely and intelligent to use vulgar, offensive language. It's not ""adult"" language, it's crude and inappropriate, and you want your home to be a place where words are used to uplift, encourage, express love, and create a positive environment.
Directly address each problem behavior, and what you expect to see instead.
In the present, the mother of a Buddha does not have to be a virgin; she must have never had a child, however. In Hinduism, premarital virginity on the part of the bride is considered ideal. Sex had never been a taboo in ancient India and intactness of the hymen had nothing to do with virginity. In Sikhism, sexual activity occurs only between married individuals. Sikhism advises against premarital sex, as it has a high potential of being dating big ladies indulgence of lust kaamor extreme sexual desire.
I know from my own experience of being several different weights that men like very slim women the best. Certainly Australian men do. I get plenty of male attention but NOTHING compared to what it was like when I was super slim, and I mean model slim not anorexic, but still much leaner that I could normally carry off, even with exercise.
I was quite shocked. I was at this weight due to being depressed and didnt like my body that skinny. I have never been so ogled, yelled at from cars, approached in bars and stared at, called stunning as much as then.