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Old 10-12-2017, 09:44 PM   #1
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I'm a guy that loves big/fat girls. I really can't see myself dating a thick girl or soneone who's smaller? Is it messed up to break up with someone if their body isn't attractive to you anymore? Has this happened to any of you? just want to know your thoughts.
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Old 10-13-2017, 01:57 PM   #2
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I'm a guy that loves big/fat girls. I really can't see myself dating a thick girl or soneone who's smaller? Is it messed up to break up with someone if their body isn't attractive to you anymore? Has this happened to any of you? just want to know your thoughts.
If it's someone that you're just having casual sex with because it's fun and you really haven't actually made true emotional attachments with then go ahead and take off. People like what they like! Now if this is someone that you're in love with and have created real emotional attachment with this person that I hope you can look past your libido and be supportive of your partners choice to lose weight or otherwise change their lifestyle.
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Old 10-16-2017, 06:33 AM   #3
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I don't know. There is a double standard in this country. If a thin person leaves a formerly slender partner that has gained a considerable amount of weight, our society sees it as justifiable and tends to blame it on the now obese partner for letting themselves go and no longer desirable. I feel the opposite situation is not judged the same.
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We don't know any details of the relationship. Is it the 100% only reason for the breakup? How long are/were you together?

I was in a relationship where my ex-girlfriend went from 300 to 250. It had nothing to do with why I broke up with her, and was still very attractive to me then. It ended because she was on her best behavior for the first 4 months of dating, once she got comfortable, I realized she was not who she was presenting herself to be.
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That depends what you mean by "break up." If you mean that sort of messy "never see each other again" kind of thing, then yes. I think that's a little much. However, if you're referring to just kind of friend-zoning the girl, it could be perfectly reasonable. You don't want to string her along if there's no hope that the two of you could sync physically.
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every situation is different and at the end is about being in a happy spot but... ill put my grain of sand in the topic. if you have been married with someone for decades and she looks different and you dump her for that well, that messed up of course. that aint precisely love...

but if youre dating someone and she knows about your preferences and anyway she goes out and losses weight intentionally, diet gym and all that then i think it is perfectly acceptable to continue the search for our happy bbw, dont see any problem with that.
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every situation is different and at the end is about being in a happy spot but... ill put my grain of sand in the topic. if you have been married with someone for decades and she looks different and you dump her for that well, that messed up of course. that aint precisely love...

but if youre dating someone and she knows about your preferences and anyway she goes out and losses weight intentionally, diet gym and all that then i think it is perfectly acceptable to continue the search for our happy bbw, dont see any problem with that.
Yeah. I agree with this. Marriage is a vow that goes far beyond emotional considerations.
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