I would date a chubby girl even if she wasn't losing weight fast. Just because someone's overweight doesn't discount them as a potential partner, girlfriend, or lover. I still hold with the notion that sexual chemistry or physical attractiveness is only a minor part of the equation. And no... I'm not some super chunky person either and just saying this to make myself feel better. Let's be realistic here, shall we. If a girl was chubby and I liked her and we connected, then so what. I'd still date her. End of Story.
I might wait a while for her to get a bit slimmer first. I don't like to date girls with a waist line thicker than mine (thicker than 30 inches), especially considering that their hips are going to be even wider. Just never been into girls who occupy more space than I do.
Chances are if she isn't 'hot' before the hypothetical weight loss she isn't going to get any hotter. Either it comes natural, thick and thin, or it simply doesn't. Rounded feminine curves are more inviting than angular jutting bones and chiseled muscles, I would think
It depends in a lot of things. I'm not really attracted to chubby women, and for me to date her in the first place I need to be attracted to her, so I guess it depends on how chubby she is and how pretty she is, as well as obviously what her personality is like. But yeah probably, I'd help her lose weight.
See I'm actually someone who isn't turned off by a persons weight. If I find someone interesting and intellectually stimulating then I usually will take a liking to them enough to at least consider dating.
No. She can come talk to me when she weighs what she should. Women won't invest time and energy in a man who's in the process of improving himself, they only want the end product. Why should men be any different?