It's a subject about as politically-incorrect as Bill Maher himself.
Many overweight girls are talking about the shallowness of men and how weight shouldn't matter when choosing THEM.
If it really doesn't matter, then why aren't heavy men getting much attention, either? Technically, wouldn't a heavier guy be more interested and feel more empathetic of your difficulties, and therefore be more desirable?
(I'm open for debate on that last sentence.)
I say this because I hate seeing people so unhappy with their own bodies. They need to be with someone who gets it. But many of them get their opinions from thin people who like thin people. It's like me feeling guilty eating a brownie because someone else is on a diet.
You're beautiful, but on a different frame than me or other thin men are usually comfortable with. Find someone who IS on your frame or understands your frame. That's the only way to discover your own beauty, and for him to discover his own desirability as well.
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i guess because we are a bit hypocritical we want the best and don't consider what we have or do not have to offer, and being fat is not considered the ideal attractiveness