Sure, dating a skinny chick may seem like something to brag about – but both you and I know that REAL relationships need more than plain vital stats. 😉 Today, I will answer the big, fat ‘WHY’ about dating fat girls.
Not because this is my written plea for dates (I am happily dating a man who tells me I am fat beautiful, and loves all the inches spilling my outsides), but because some of you might be making my fellow sisters struggle with the same sort of body image issues I had in the beginning. Goodbye calorie counting Whether you are eyeing the pot roast or want a draft beer, we aren’t counting calories – not even yours.
Mansplaining on Instagram does not make you a male feminist: 'A real woman is not a porn star or a bikini mannequin or a movie character. For me, there is nothing sexier than this woman right here: thick thighs, big booty, cute little side roll, etc.
Her shape and size won't be the one featured on the cover of Cosmopolitan but it's the one featured in my life and in my heart.
Vulture interviewed last night), is an overweight woman who works as a waitress at the Comedy Cellar and keeps bugging Louie to go on a date with her.
He eventually relents and they spend an enjoyable day strolling around New York and cracking each other up — until she refers to herself as fat and Louie tells her she isn’t.
While the rapid increase in the average body size of men and women in developed countries has received considerable attention and even led to revising many health and nutritional guidelines, in many other cultures obesity rates continue to be high as a result of cultural dispositions.
Here are some countries where being fat is considered attractive, especially in women.
This myth is something we see play out throughout the various facets of American culture, whether it’s movies or politics or pop culture.About a month ago, one of my sisters tagged me in a video she recorded of Family Feud—a game show where two families compete for a cash prize by trying to find the most popular answers to a variety of questions.On the episode of the daytime game show she recorded, host and comedian Steve Harvey asks the contestants to answer a rather loaded statement: “Name a reason a woman might decide to be with a chubby [or fat] man.” This, as one might imagine, ends up being a rather humorous round for the contestants, Steve Harvey, and the audience.As men tend to have greater status in society than women, they can trade this for more attractive mates.” Yes, women have (somewhat) closed the money-and-power gap with men, but stereotypes are tough to dislodge, and they “still significantly impact our perceptions of others,” Harman said.Men are still “perceived to be more agentic, assertive, dominant, and women more dependent, emotional,etc.” There’s an ingrained assumption, then, that men have stuff to “trade,” but women don’t, and this assumption is part of the reason it’s still seen as weird when an unattractive woman dates an attractive man — what could she possibly be trading?