Dating for bigger women
I don’t let my weight hold me back from anything, or torture me into thinking I have to do something to be a better human.”— Jessica Torres, fashion blogger and Instagram model“Showing is proving.When you are stronger and have more endurance than your thinner counterparts, that’s all the proof that is needed.Or I do weight lifting because it makes me feel strong and badass.I know I feel better when I have more organic and fresh ingredients in my meals, so I make grocery shopping a fun adventure to try new fruits and veggies, or seek out interesting restaurants with locally-sourced ingredients to try on date nights.And this man revealed how his one-night stand kicked him out of her room after he only lasted 15 SECONDS in bed.Plus this woman has been branded a "spoilt brat" after she complained about her boyfriend proposing with a cheap engagement ring despite being "rich".He added: "Why the hell should guys show their height if women won't show their weight. A girl doesn't like a guy because of his height? When I used to use Tinder I believe one of the lines in the about me section was ‘I’m fatter in person’ and it honestly wasn’t a deal-breaker to a lot of men." And one person pointed out: "Why not both settings for everyone?Some men are turned off by taller women, and some women are turned off by fatter men." For more bonkers stories, this Bridezilla kicked a wedding guest out of her reception for "showing off" his military uniform.
So we asked five plus-sized female bloggers to share their definition of health.“Thin people also have disease or engage in unhealthy habits, yet they do not face relentless comments from strangers ‘concerned for their health’ or claiming they are a bad influence.
All of that risky behavior was endorsed by family and doctors because at 5’1”, a size 12 is obese on the BMI scale.
No matter how hard I tried I still never could get skinny enough to reach these arbitrary ‘beauty and health’ goals.
As my grandmother always said, ‘everything in moderation.’ If you find yourself doing anything in the extreme, from extreme exercising to extreme binging, it’s a sign of poor health, in my opinion. To me I know I am healthier now than when I ‘looked healthy’ more than 80 lbs.
ago, not only because my blood tests don’t have red flags, but because I now care to put good whole foods in my body instead of just ‘diet’ gimmicks, and my mental health struggles are behind me.”— Renee Cafaro “People think that so many fat people have the option to eat healthier or be active.
To stay healthy I don’t do anything differently than anyone else.