Dating for overweight guys
For instance, as a Jew, I wouldn't be inclined to continue chilling with someone who said, "I like you even though you're Jewish," unless we were living in Nazi Germany and them liking me despite that fact could actually save my life.
Similarly, unless you're the witch from , you don't need to let me know you like me despite my appearance.
None of these things would be diminished because of my size, and yet none of them seem to matter because of my size.
I once had a close friend confide in me that a boy I liked told her he could never date me, despite being “attracted to my personality,” because of my weight, because he was embarrassed by me.
And, for the most part, the online dating adventure has been exactly that. But, there have been a few interactions that have gone really really bad. As in “you fat bitch” and one that I reported to a friend of mine (who is a San Jose PD detective) that basically said I would be better off dead. Now, I am certain that this sort of thing happens to women of all sizes and shapes. Well, “you fat bitch” probably only happens to fat women. You can be a size 2 and get plenty of hate mail and comments. There are way too many amazing, uplifting people in the world to spend your days with those ass hats. And, if you find yourself being harassed online via email or message or texts, just keep replying with the words ” Please stop emailing me.” Or “Please stop texting me.” Be clear. And, when you get someone who is being rude via text or your cell phone – do NOT delete their telephone number from your phone. This was after a very rude string of back and forth emails with someone very hate filled that I turned down for a date. ) I almost wrote it all and sent it out last night, but I decided I need to cool off first.There are other barriers to liking me, such as my generally grumpy demeanor and inability to balance my checkbook. Dating as an overweight woman is significantly more difficult.
I appreciate that, especially if it's just a nice compliment that doesn't come with a "but" after. If I'm all "let's go running," you should absolutely come if you want to.