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Woo Plus, a location-based dating app for “bigger women, big guys, and curve lovers,” has introduced a new feature to empower its community of plus-size women, who are often subject to body-shaming and ridicule.
Women of size wouldn't be treated differently than their thin counterparts.
But we live in an imperfect, unfair existence, and shapely women sometimes don't get the public fawning that smaller women do.
Users can now flag harassing behavior by reviewing, rating, and commenting on the profiles of guys they’re messaging with, according to a new press release.
If a user accrues enough poor reviews and ratings, he will be automatically — and permanently — banned from the site.conducting a survey of its members and finding that a disconcerting 71 percent of women admit to having been “harassed and insulted” based on their weight and appearance.
Before I met him, people warned me — both implicitly and outright — that because I opted to only date the men I found attractive (novel idea, right? Tell anyone how bad it sucks, because it’s too much for people.
), that I was a “superficial fat chick.” They said if a guy was attracted to me, I should be grateful! I kept my standards high started dating a Dwyane Wade look-a-like. I mean, you, you can talk into the microphone and say you can’t get a date, you’re overweight. But if I say it, they call the suicide hotline on me. But, one of the hardest things about being in a “mixed weight” relationship is other people and their opinions (and projections). While I don’t often hear comments about my weight when I’m alone, I do get a very strong message about my weight in the context of my dating life. The process seems simple enough in theory but in practice it can be very overwhelming. If you know you’re not “average,” click on the “few extra pounds” button.Unfortunately, many of the popular dating sites, like Tinder, focus almost exclusively on looks. By taking this one small step you are already eliminating a few shallow men.Personally, I’ve tried a variety of online dating sites.