You hear about guys who prefer fat women - they have p*rn targeted to such men. But, do women, ever, have the same kind of preference for men. Are are women's preferences for body types pretty much the same across the board, just that there's maybe a tolerance level for certain body types?
I'm going to be honest and say that I personally don't. I lead an active lifestyle and I need someone who can keep up with me. Generally speaking, that doesn't mean a fatter guy. Also, I am 5'4, 112 lbs so if he's too big, he'll squish me without trying to and that'd be bad. I don't look at a fatter guy and automatically think, "Ew no." I think, "he probably wouldn't be interested in my lifestyle."
I won't count him as a loss if he's not ripped, but there's a degree of weight that simply would not match my lifestyle, you know?
If he's heavier naturally but likes to run, bike, ride horses, hike, camp, fish, and mountain climb, then I'd be all over that. But if he's heavier and likes to sit on the couch and eat chips, I'd probably avoid him. Make sense?
I can date chubby. I definitely don't have to be with someone who has an 8 pack to be satisfied. But at the same time, I wouldn't be interested in someone who was obese because our lifestyles would obviously be incompatible.
in all honesty mine list from HHHOT to lame goes skinny but no muscle, average, chubby, fat, all muscle, skinny with muscles. but this is just personal preference, there was once a bigger guy who liked me and I gave him a chance but I ended up not liking him not because of his size but because he wasn't a nerd and I just happen to only be attracted to nerds :P
Look I'm not a girl, but I have been larger than I prefer weight wise, and at one time when I was a younger man I was very active and into weight lifting which I got pretty good at, and then I stopped and gained a lot of weight, and now while I'm not lifting weights so much I have been exercising again and thus far I have lost about 35 to 40 lbs and I am still wanting to loose more. My whole point is that when I was leaner and more muscular I had no girlfriend or any women who were interested in me, which had more to do with my personality than my physique, and then when I was in poor shape I had several women who were more interested in me, more because I was more comfortable with myself than my physique. Ultimately it seems it far more important how you treat women and interact with them, than if you look like Mr. Olympia. Now I'm not suggesting that some exercise can't hurt, just that it's not everything for most women. If you can make a woman laugh or feel at ease and comfortable or better yet both then you have the beginnings of something that looks alone can't provide, so try and keep that in mind. Lastly if the woman is that hung up about your appearance, you probably don't want much to do with her as she may have shallow tendencies and you would be far better off with a quality woman looking for a more meaningful relationship. Anyway I hope this helps you some.