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You wouldn’t message a thin girl and say ‘I think you’re hot, I’m really attracted to skinny girls’, would you? It’s important to communicate these things and make her feel that she has a safe space to express these feelings.
So I figured I’d create a handy how-to list, which will hopefully be helpful to those ready to pop on out of the fat closet, or who already have but aren’t having much success. Mentioning this first because it’s SUPER important, and it’s the first thing guys tend to mess up on. ) All that being said: weight is just something you shouldn’t mention to anyone in a first conversation, fat or thin. We’re real people with real personalities and feelings. That can be a real self-esteem killer for us, and it can make us gun shy. Just try to assure her that you’re attracted to what’s on the inside the outside! A lot of times when a fat girl is out with a guy in public, people assume that they’re ‘just friends.’ There’s such a stigma out there that fat girls never get the guy. Understand that us ladies live in a culture where every magazine, every commercial, every ad is telling us that our bodies are wrong. It’s not who a person is, but you can’t ignore it either. Your mileage may vary on any of these points, of course.
This is written in a pretty heteronormative manner, which I apologize for, but the experiences I’m most familiar with are men trying to chase women. I’ve seen so many opening lines, especially on dating sites, along the lines of Here’s the thing. It makes us feel like you’re talking to us JUST for our body. You don’t need to have the username ‘bbwlover2012’, you don’t need to talk in your profile about how you’re looking for a fat girl, or how you define yourself as a chubby chaser*. So we can tend to be a little leery when a guy professes interest. If you’ve managed to stick by rule number one, you might get a question like ‘So you don’t care that I’m fat? Take her out to dinner, to the movies, walk around town. We are not represented in media except as comic relief or the ‘before’ picture in a diet ad. Chances are, there will be days when someone says something vicious and it’s hard for her to shake it off. Living in a fat bodies shapes many experiences for a person, and it’s important to understand and be sensitive to it. If she wants to call herself chunky, or curvy, or voluptuous, let her. And if you’re going to compliment her, don’t do it in a backhanded way. All girls are different, all girls want slightly different things.
Some women — a lot of women — are into the Adam Levine type, all sinewy and girlish and exposed-pelvis-ness.
I guess that is appealing in a slithery kind of way, like he will Alex Mack himself right out of his leather pants and want hot wax dripped on his chest during sex, or some other weird rock star fetish.
But the type that appeals to me (and at least a handful of other women in America, right?