Being overweight and online dating
It's not the magic of professional lighting or that larger bodies have changed, I think it's just that we're getting more and more used to seeing them; clothed, in underwear and nude. I've always liked a bulkier guy, but now I think I like a bulkier girl too.
Plus, I've made an important decision; if ever a guy tells me I'm fat again, it won't feel like the elephant in the room, next time, I've decided I'm going to take it as a compliment.
Woo Plus is a British online dating site that specialises in big beautiful women, and big handsome men, and their admirers.
I get what they're doing, but I can't bring myself to believe dating apps like this are the solution.
Today, in a trend is not to follow the ideas invented by someone else, but rather to understand and appreciate your own individuality, both spiritual and physical.
Now the plus-size girls are the usual characters on the podium, on the pages of fashion magazines and overweight dating sites.
I wasn't even sure how we made it past the first date.
Or you could go in headfirst and write "Attention all shoppers, I am overweight" in the first line of your profile.
anyone else notice that shift🤔 or maybe it’s just in my head.
Standards of female beauty don’t change as often as trends in fashion, but they are also unstable.
Which was ridiculous, because in the whole of history, nobody has ever successfully argued someone into getting back together with them.
It was while I was asking him why, and what happened, and how come, that he told me I was fat. He wasn't wrong, and for a change he wasn't lying, he was just mean and tactless and weirdly only waking up to the fact three months later.
Mainstream fashion houses locally and internationally are also starting to openly design for real women of all ages and sizes, and even better, use them in their brochures and ad campaigns.