Online dating full figured women
Which isn’t necessarily bad as long as you understand that those people are attracted to you because of your weight/size and not in spite of it.
Hip to waist ratio is irrelevant when it comes to online dating.
iamjareth responds: According to the poll in the other thread, most men DO prefer full-figured women. Regardless of the “imperfection” in a man or woman, the imperfection is rarely the problem so much as having a hang up about it.
If any poll shows men preferring full-figured women, I guarantee most of the respondents were imagining actual full-figured women like Marylin Monroe or Laetitia Casta, not big tubs of goo. Then he has to lie to her about people (as if attraction works the same for men and women) having hang-ups. It’s just that I have a hang-up about repulsive bodies.” Whatever. Yes, there are chubby-chasers out there, but not nearly in sufficient numbers to satisfy the massive hordes of massive women in existence today. However, I don’t look at a big guy and get grossed out, nor do I look at a thin man like that.
Anyway, at first I listed myself as “A few pounds extra” thinking it was an honest description.No reasonable, well adjusted man is going to look at your photo and do some sort of math in his head trying to determine that.Thankfully, the other 98% of men on those sites doesn’t give a shit what your BMI or waist to hip ratio is as long as you look reasonably healthy and attractive to them.Asian men were the most likely to show curvy women love online, liking them 15% of the time.They were also 85% more likely than Caucasian men (which landed last on the list) to like curvy women.