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Which isn’t necessarily bad as long as you understand that those people are attracted to you because of your weight/size and not in spite of it.

Hip to waist ratio is irrelevant when it comes to online dating.

WEST PALM BEACH, FL – FEBRUARY 14: Karen Brown (L) and Douglas Brown hold hands as they are wed during a group Valentine’s day wedding at the National Croquet Center on February 14, 2013 in West Palm Beach, Florida.

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So, to find out if men like fat women, I created two identical online dating profiles of me size 18 and size 10 to find out.

I should point out that I’m an 18 at this point and happy to use the word fat because I find ‘plus size’ patronising and I mentally think of it as phat instead. I set up these profiles on free online dating site OKCupid.

I’ve never bought into the lie, popular with some elements of the media, that everything will be better when you’re thin.

But, as a single woman trying everything I can to increase my chances of finding The One, I was interested to see how much of an issue size is for single men.

Accept that first before diving head first into the OK Cupid waters. It’s something many single people wonder, myself included.My weight has fluctuated dramatically throughout my life – I was a fat child, a thin teenager, a chubby sixth former, a skinny student and so on, up and down through my adult life.Describing oneself as Overweight/A little extra/Full Figured seems to indicate self-deprecation/low self-esteem, i.e. I like ‘curvy’ (I have DDD bra size), but is it true that ‘curvy’ is just a euphemism for obese? Would you consider commenting on the body types definitions and deciphering the OKC-speak? If you post accurate and recent photos of yourself, then you won’t be misrepresenting yourself too egregiously. Yes, “curvy” is just a nice way of saying overweight.I don’t think describing oneself as overweight, full figured, etc is a sign of low self-esteem. How other people perceive that admission isn’t about you. As for whether or not I would actually select that body type option, the answer is no. It’s unfortunate that that’s how most people, even many women, interpret that. Select Curvy as your body type and the majority of people who will view your profile will be the fetishists and chubby chasers.

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