Would you dump your SO if they got fat
What i don't understand is why women get upset over something they can actively control by being disciplined and going to the gym for. Women by in large are very picky and tend to always talk about how they can't love or get into a relationship with someone they aren't physically attracted to and use that for justification for not dating average guys or short guys.
Yet, they expect men to continue fucking them and being with them even though they have greatly decreased their physical attractiveness in his eyes. It's like a catch 22, you buy a beautiful car that awesome on the outside only for it to start giving trouble and breaking down repeatedly on you within a couple months;you'd be pissed too.
And you what, there is a hypocrisy to this whole thing. It's been shown women by in large leave men if they lose their job and take too long to find another. It's been shown women will leave a man for another person if she believes they are of higher value and open to wanting to get into a relationship with them.
Yet, somehow a man dumping his girlfriend because she couldn't put down the ice cream, and chocolates is a sexist, shallow pig. WTF society?
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You know she's heavily pregnant in that picture right? ... and despite what you believe, baby weight doesn't drop off two hours after you've had a baby.
A guy who breaks up with a woman because he expected it to IS the biggest asshole.
You are right, your partner needs to be attracted to you. Guys especially want the person that they fell for.
This why I don't get why so many people say they put on weight in their relationship because they've got comfortable. I'm the other way around, I'm more self conscious about my body when I'm in a relationship. When I'm having sex on a regular basis, I want that person to keep wanting to have, and enjoy having sex with me.
I don't want them to regret getting involved with me because they're embarrassed or turned off.
I think the reason some people get upset is because we are wired differently. We wouldn't do that ourselves ( and many men DO put on weight in relationships, so it can be hypocritical) we're attracted to everything about you regardless.
The guy I was with before my last relationship was slightly overweight, but I wasn't attracted to him because of one thing, lots of things made him hot to me - How funny he was, how, shy he was, how protective he was... etc
I think what it is is that you're expected to see beyond the superficial when you're with someone.