Dating a full figured woman runners speed dating
I don't consider 'fat' to be pejorative, but I understand that that's not the case among the general population. I definitely have a full-body shot, and my main headshot is not at some weird magical downward angle.
I'm not much above the so called "average", but people tell me all the time that I can't possibly weigh as much as the numbers say.However, I want to be frank and non-euphemistic, and I'm concerned that people are interpreting my 'full-figured' term as deceptive, akin to someone saying they're curvy when they're really just fat.Given the choice, I'd strongly prefer to put my body type as 'fat', but the BBW label they have on POF would also be acceptable.Curvy women are softer and men like to be the strong, hard ones in a relationship.
It’s more satisfying for a guy to curl up and snuggle someone soft and round, than it is to snuggle up to bones and sharp elbows, so I’ve been told. My boyfriend at the time told me he preferred it when I was skinny, but after the relationship ended and I learned to love my smokeless, overweight body, I had a few different ideas about it. I was a little shocked about it, but I finally got a man to fess up and tell me why he liked my curves. Make note here, ladies, use those boobs to your advantage!