Plus size dating show
From fetishes to backhanded compliments, the plus-size dating terrain is rough. More to Love was a reality game show (or dating game show) that premiered on Fox on July 28, 2009. The show was created by Mike Fleiss (who also created The Bachelor).That doesn’t mean I haven’t hit–and still continue to hit–roadblocks along the way.There have been some doozies, and the more I chat with plus-size folks, the more I realize we all share many of the doozies.
Though Harrison only addresses the show’s male hardbodies, I’d argue that the sizeist casting is even more of an issue with the franchise’s women: as it is, the show’s bevy of would-be models have been slapped with nicknames like “Horsey” and “Fatty.” Throwing a token “chubby” man or woman into the mix would amount to nothing less than brutal humiliation.
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Meeting someone you barely know and proceeding to have a way-too-fast Uhaul style insta-relationship makes sense to me.