Myths about dating
Well, I currently have a kickass job, I own and rock a sexy little skirt by Calvin Klein, and am extremely content with my new life. Just like any woman in this world, I should be treated like the fierce queen that I am.
“Fat” women are disproving these stupid and insulting myths every day, refusing to fit in these out-dated and moronic boxes everyone tries to put us in, and dating is no exception. If a guy isn’t giving me the respect I deserve, I have every right to say, “Boy, bye.” If I’m not into musicians or short dudes, I’m not going to date them.
If I like it a little kinky, I won’t be afraid to bring it up to my S. If I want to try a few Kama Sutra-inspired positions and my S. Sponsored: New dating app guarantees no wasted time.
Let’s be honest — most guys on dating apps aren’t serious.
Fat women shouldn’t post flattering photos because it’s “false advertisement.” Um, should I post ugly photos of myself?
Obviously, if anyone thinks a photo is unflattering, he or she won’t post it.
As a fat woman, I’m sick and tired of people telling me what I can and can’t do.
I’ve had people tell me that I won’t get hired because of my weight, that I can’t wear pencil skirts above the knee, and I can’t be happy at my current weight.
Her goal in life is to travel the world and be an accomplished writer, but she'll settle for stopping and smelling the roses.In conjunction with the launch of our new website, we’d like to help you launch toward a new level of possibility by highlighting some of the main dating myths we hear from those in several key demographics.We'll start with myths successful career women hear since many of our clients fall into the single professional category.A guy that comes onto me by saying, “Oh, I find fat women attractive” (which is dumb and annoying) or is constantly referring to my body is a fetishist; the one who wants to get to know the person underneath the curves is the keeper. I had a friend who was in a relationship with a thinner guy who would throw this, and similar lines, at her. He also told her that no other guy would ever love her.This is abuse, and if a guy acts this way, I wouldn’t just dump him; I’d dump him publicly and make him feel as crappy as he made me feel.