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Not all women will accept a fat man, but some women will. Many women (not all) are much more flexible about what they find attractive in a man than most guys realize.
If a fat man is able to make a woman feel attracted to him in other ways (e.g.
Not only does this make them sexy but it makes my heart weep for every guy (lonely, I'll add - you don't join a dating agency if you're not looking for someone to fill an emotional gap) who'd joined up, entrusted (and paying) somebody else to find them love to then turned a person down, before they'd even met them, based on their weight. Our society is also all about extremes - people are either fat or thin and people - men, in this case, struggle to imagine anything in-between - there is no normal or middle ground when you are being read out the stats of another person only labels that define you as a type of person.
This applies to men as much as women, take the recent internet craze of dad-bods, people celebrating men who were neither super fit or super fat - they were normal and yet you'd have thought no one had seen an average torso before.
Even when women are the bigger partners, they usually love men despite that and not because of it.
When I ran a matchmaking agency, I met a lot of men. Interesting in the respect that, it's surprising how, even those who are actively looking for love, are still so non-negotiable about what they require in a partner.
And men with more education also had stronger preferences for female partners who were “good looking” and slender, whereas this was not a concern for women.
Women felt it was more important that their partner made at least as much money as they did (46% versus 24% of men) and had a successful career (61% versus 33% of men), while men favored a slender body (80% versus 58% of women).And while the buff male ideal is hardly disappearing, it's hard to say yet whether the slimmer male is a trend or a cultural shift.Whether buff, thin, average, or just above, size often doesn't start to matter (except when it comes to height) to women until the man is thinner than her.When signing up, I'd meet them for a coffee, get a better understanding of their personalities in order to consider who they'd be best matched with. The usual lists cropped up time and time again, height and income high on the list of requirements for women - for men, age and, you guessed it, weight.Sad to say that, the vast majority of men who I spoke to who were single and ready to date, refused to date 'fat girls'.
Similarly, people subconsciously associate bigger women with being lazy and lacking in self-pride and thinner women as being active and more conscious of their appearance. Who doesn't know at least one person who contradicts these stereotypes - a thin friend who lives on junk food or a 'fat' friend who smashes the gym, has great skin, perfect proportions and not an inch of cellulite on her (yes, I know at least three women like this) There is no hard and fast rules to what constitutes being attractive - and whilst Im not suggesting that men should be obligated to find all shapes and sizes attractive, my one golden nuggets of advice to men who write off women before they've met them, be it online, via a blind date or through an agency is grow up a bit when it comes to stats on a piece of paper.