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I prefer a swimmer's body and while I would like to say it wouldn't matter, my behavior and choices in life wouldn't align that.
Ya know, I have never dated someone who was chunky. Then again, obviously overweight men never really asked me out, either.
Let's assume average or slightly above average looks, aside from the paunch. I dated a guy in my 20s who would be considered overweight via his BMI, but he was just a huge man.
If this guy were fun to talk to, and had a highly-skilled job (asume B. He went to the gym every day and was active as hell, but being slender wasn't anything he could achieve. Everybody else I've been with has been slender including my husband.
It's supposed to be but it doesn't really go well with what most people view as obese.
My partner is losing weight for the wedding and the future bit even when he was big, I saw past that Realistically no Even if hes a lovely guy, the woman who settles for him will never be as attracted to him as she could be.
He should still make an effort with his appearance.
Like it was a running joke at parties among my friends. People are so weird."What's sex like when you're fat? ofc a fat woman's dating life is easier: dick is cheaper than pussy.
I was also short and nonwhite, so it was like the trifecta of traits that Western women hate, lol. "m: oh you have to lift up the fat and try to find the right positions for you based on how you carry your weightf: um how about not assuming it's any different for curvy women????? just a fact of lifethere will always be horny dudes that are willing to bang an overweight woman What's dating lol? I'd say 75% of me not dating is because I am fat and unattractive and 25% is because I am super shy and anxiety ridden 24/7. It's okay though because relationships don't really sound great to me. So much easier now, people in general are friendlier. I'm fit as fuck right now, but honestly it was pretty good back when I was fat.
It was only his health I ever had worries over when it came to his weight, not how he looked.