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My friend’s mom simply answered, “because they put out and you don’t.” It bothered me then and it’s continued to bother me since.
This idea that plus-sized individuals are only in relationships because they’re more open to having sex is completely wrong and beyond offensive.
Compliments like these aren’t really compliments; they’re thinly veiled insults that are designed to make you feel bad about a body you’re apparently supposed to dislike.
Maybe it’s just my personal experience, which it very well could be, but the number of times my dates have been less than honest about their appearance is staggering when compared to the experiences of my slimmer friends.
There’s nothing more frustrating than spending the evening with someone so shallow they’re the human equivalent of a puddle.
Although everyone is attracted to different people, and there’s nothing wrong with that, there’s nothing worse than being fetishized for your body type (and nothing’s less romantic than being leered at you while you eat your food).
I’ve dated classmates, colleagues, friends of friends, total strangers, and poorly matched people from e Harmony.
I suspect it’s because these types of people assume that, as a plus-sized woman, I must be so desperate for love that it’s OK for them to lie about their looks. For example, if you order a salad then you might think everyone’s judging you for being that “fat chick” who’s trying to lose weight.
As much as I hate to admit it, dating has helped kill the hopeless romantic in me.
While I’ve always been a bit cynical about the idea of true love (which has played a role in my decision to never get married), dating while plus-size has left me loving the single life.
Which is ridiculous because plus-sized women can wear any trend.
I think it goes without saying that none of the aforementioned people made it to the second date.