Speed dating skinny
Even if you do, you shouldn’t be choosing partners based on what their stomachs look like.
You should choose a partner who you enjoy spending time with.
When one man was asked by White why he thought he should date a woman who takes “special care of her body,” he said “because I take special care of my brain.”This answer perfectly exemplifies the issue — men are told that they should be valued for their brains, and women are told that men value them for their bodies.
Fat women, unfortunately, are considered undesirable and should be excluded as to not offend any of the discerning men at this event.
If a woman’s body doesn’t fit the traditionally-held standards, it is repulsive and needs to be altered to fit them.
Their conversations ranged from topics of race and animal rights to porn and masturbation.
Last week, we learned that On Speed Dating.com, a site that organizes speed dating events, offers “Skinny Minny” speed dating for “women under size 8.” On their website, On Speed says “don’t worry about meeting a biggie-size chick 'down-sizing' to an 8 like when you're dating online.”Curiously, there are no similar size requirements for the men who are attending the event, nor are they required to provide any other information about their physical appearance.
Women who attend the event, , have their dress size written on their nametags in red Sharpie marker.
If that is true, and I’m sure there will be plenty of men lining up in the comments to tell me all about it, it’s likely due to the fact that men won’t even acknowledge a fat woman online, much less pursue conversation or a real-life date.
In my time as an online dater (almost 4 years ago, thankfully), I had a man ask to see a photo of my calves to make sure I didn’t have “cankles.” I was repeatedly asked my dress size, and often told that I had “such a pretty face,” and “you would be so gorgeous if you lost 30 lbs!