Dating websites for larger people
I've been in a relationship with my current partner for over four years.But if anything ever happened, I'd want to be with another someone who actually loves my body. This isn't to be confused with "someone who loves me for my body," and only that.There's nothing wrong with wanting to use an app that is, in theory, meant for everyone.But there's also nothing wrong with wanting to use an app like Grindr or Woo Plus that's catered to your own sexuality.For me, wanting to be with someone who loves my body isn't the same thing as wanting to be with someone who loves me for my body.The term BBW is intrinsically linked to the world of fat porn and fat fetishism, but I've always believed that it's misunderstood.
After years of humans who — no matter how kind or clever or fun they were otherwise — always seemed to have the kind of superiority complex that told them that, deep down, they were doing me a favor by dating a fat girl, I was over it.Dating a plus size person is hard because being a plus size person is hard.Size discrimination runs rampant, and it affects everything from healthcare to employment to media to the size of seats on public transportation to the self esteem of individuals.So in a way, I like that the founders have said that Woo Plus is "Tinder for BBW." Everyone knows Tinder is oft utilized for hooking up and nothing more.And there's no reason that such sexual agency shouldn't be granted to fat individuals, whether they identify as BBW, BHM, or simply "plus size."In this equality-filled utopian future we so often like to imagine, maybe there'd be no need for Grindr because gay men could express their queerness openly, in all parts of the world, without concern or consequence.
However, a site for plus size dating doesn't have to be about "fetishism," if that's a term one is uncomfortable with.