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If a classically attractive person of any gender is with a fat man, the general assumption is that this fat man has to have money or some sort of power.Why else would someone who could presumably get with anyone they wanted choose to be with a disgusting fat man, right?And as for the idea that fatness is inherently correlated with (over)eating — that’s another myth too.All fat men, according to this worldview, are inherently less attractive than any partner they could ever have.Then there are the “selected activities” that loudly speak to a certain demographic: archery, badminton, car racing, golf, horseback riding, water polo, tennis, fencing, and sailing among them. In an interview on podcast, Slindir founder Andrea Miller explained the philosophy behind her company, noting that a common lifestyle was the best marker of a relationship’s success.The more niche a dating app, the better and faster it helps members find what they’re looking for.“[Being active] affects your vacation, it’s going to affect the restaurants you eat at, it’s going to affect [you],” said Miller, later adding, “It really has nothing to do with how you look, it’s how it makes you feel.”A quick scroll through potential candidates displays a stream of buff men claiming a love of hiking, paddling, and running.Humans — fat, skinny, and in between — can be and often are attracted to a wide variety of people of all shapes and sizes.To assume that fat people will only ever be with fat people is at the very least ignorant, if not completely fatphobic and sizeist.
However, calling out fatphobic myths was obviously not the game’s aim.It was quite the opposite: my sister was angry at the round’s subject and the answers given. This is why people think you have to be skinny/fit to be beautiful, to be wanted, to be loved, and to deserve anything…this is NOT OKAY!” My sister tagged me in this post knowing my background in fat studies and sexuality studies (and as a fat masculine person), knowing I would agree with her frustrations.Slipped into this myth is a related fatphobic myth: that all fat people love to eat a lot of food, and all people who love to eat food are fat.Put plainly, the assumption that fat people will only seek relationships with other fat people is false.