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As we grow and mature, overweight individuals often find themselves being at a disadvantage in dating and forming long-term relationships.
In surveys looking at college-age participants, overweight individuals are often less likely to be chosen as sexual partners when compared with those who are thinner.
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.
I've never figured out why he carried on seeing me for that long if my size bothered him. It's wanking that makes you blind, not being a wanker.
Whether seeking a new job, being in the workplace, or applying for health coverage, the bias against overweight men and women can be hard to overcome.
Research into weight bias has found a consistent tendency to view overweight people as being "lazier," less motivated, and more to blame for their weight compared to thinner individuals.
In qualitative studies of middle-aged overweight individuals, the most upsetting comments about obesity tend to come from friends (followed closely by comments from parents, strangers, and spouses).
But that seems a bad way to start a potential relationship.
Fortunately, fast forward a few years and something remarkable is happening.
In the latest season of (a US reality show about fashion design), for the first time in the show's history, the designers are working with body-positive models of all sizes.
I had done all the things you did when you were traditionally built and dating online, before the body positive movement thankfully started kicking in a couple of years ago. Head and shoulders profile pictures only, with rare full-body ones, always taken in careful lighting from considered angles, even better, black and white. Except for people who take their dating profile pics in the bathroom, I've never understood those.
But it wasn't total deception, what's the point in catfishing, especially if you're going to meet the bloke down the line?But weight bias also plays a powerful role in the kind of relationships we form.Studies have found that even preschoolers are more likely to choose thin or average-size children to play with rather than overweight ones.Dude was hotter than me and nobody was more surprised when it developed into something lovely, before transitioning into him lying, deviated into "it's complicated", and then was finally overs.