Rather, he thinks fat women never workout so they'll think anything you do at the gym is amazing and will follow you around like a puppy. But hey, that must mean that women dating fat men get a similar privilege, right? Turns out, larger dudes still expect their women to be perfectly slim-and-trim. Hogue says a guy will never have to be jealous of all the man-stares his large lady is getting because no one else will ever want her. actually makes me so mad I can't even think of an appropriately snarky comeback. Telling someone they have to stay with you because you are the only one who will ever love them is a tactic employed by . "They might like fatties better." Some guys are just attracted to fat girls. "Picking a place to eat is easy." Big girls don't cry... According to Hogue they're always down to eat anything you want to eat and have no culinary preferences of their own. "The cuddling is the best." Fluffy women make the best cuddle-buds, Hogue says. Oh, except they're not, because men are still valued by society more for their status and earning potential than their looks (which is problematic in its own right, actually). "You can take them anywhere." Fat girls are desperate to please you and have no lives or interests of their own — yes, we're back to that I guess. "They are easy to ask out." Fat girls are desperate!
I’m sure much of what I’m writing will feel familiar to others struggling with weight, regardless of their faith walk.
But what’s particular to more traditional believers is the conviction that my weight reveals some evidence of spiritual trouble. Therefore, to be fat is a sin because many believe to be fat is to be a living, breathing testament to overindulgence or lack of self-restraint.
To be fat is to be a bad witness for Christ — or so I’ve heard some pastors preach.
I once had a close friend confide in me that a boy I liked told her he could never date me, despite being “attracted to my personality,” because of my weight, because he was embarrassed by me.
It was my worst nightmare come true — that my personality does not offer enough redemption for my looks.