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Researchers surveyed 4,000 men and women aged 18 to 70-plus and asked them how attractive they found photos of members of the opposite sex.
The men had similar body type preferences, while the women had a more diverse range of responses, said lead researcher Dustin Wood.
As I listened to the interns story, I realized she’d met… I guess the obvious reason is that the standards of beauty in other countries are very different. Osaki teaching us about Yang Guifei, who brought down an ancient Chinese Dynasty because she was so hot.
She was also chubby during a time when size conveyed a certain social/economic status.
She sends the men an e-mail before meeting in person: "'I want to remind you I am a big beautiful woman. '" Some guys are gracious about it, she said, but "most of them are just gone." Sellick is now looking for matches on the Moreto dating site, and feels more comfortable knowing the men are looking for larger women.
Studies show that people who are overweight face discrimination in many areas, including work, education, health care and even from families and friends, according to Peggy Howell of the National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance. A Wake Forest University study earlier this year found that men find thin, seductive women the most attractive.
Cynthia Colby, 55, who works in multimedia marketing and promotions in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, said she tried e Harmony and with no luck.
"Either I was overlooked or I would sometimes get someone who didn't read the part where I said how heavy I was," said Colby.
No wonder some women lie on their profiles, choosing a "few extra pounds" instead of "heavyset" or posting photos from younger, thinner years.
Laura Triplett, an assistant professor of communications at California State University, Fullerton, who studies fat discrimination, said many larger-sized women are rejected once they meet a potential mate in person, even if they are upfront about size in profiles and photos.
She said in one instance, a man flew a woman across the country for a meeting, was disappointed when he saw her and asked her to refund the price of the ticket, claiming he flew her there under false pretenses.