In each case, the original poster seems delusional about what’s going on and is looking for others to help them maintain their illusions.In a thread titled “Why do most men not want to date a full figured woman?To put it as nicely as possible, it has been brought to my attention that men have an entirely different understanding of the word “average.” As I said, emails like this one from Kelly have been common over the last week, and I agree with the general thrust of her argument: people lie like rugs.
Her insisting that she’s attractive certainly does not make it so.“, hornz102485 writes: Why is it that men seem to be turned off when the term “full figured” is brought up? First, full-figured is a euphemism for fat and if men are turned off by the term, it’s because they know what it really means. Most of us are attracted to women and for many, that just doesn’t include fat women.I am not lazy or a slob and yet when men see me they assume I am since I am overweight. We really don’t give a shit about why you’re fat or how hard you’ve tried not to be. What matters is whether or not your appearance gives us wood.Some forums can only be seen by registered members.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads.BBWCupid is a leading BBW dating site for plus size singles interested in serious dating.We have an active member base of thousands of BBW singles; so if you're looking for long term relationships with plus size women or big men, you've come to the right place.Needless to say, I select average and move on to the next question……So, a few days pass by and I’m confident in my body choice selection.That is until so-called “average” men start contacting me. But I’ve also gotten many notes complaining about the general practice of fitness deceit. Now, when asked to define my body type as either “Slender,” “Athletic and Toned,” or “Average” I’m at a loss. I work out 6 days a week and I eat healthy food, but I’m in no way a diet freak and I like to splurge on the weekend.