This is the point.Women no matter their size welcome them until they become creepy or uncomfortable.
This is in essence what it boils down to.It's a shame that we can't freely make kind comments any more but that's the price that we have to pay for objectifying women.
It depends on the situation, totally.Do you wish to be complemented on your apperance . Not a come on just a genuine complement.
As a fat guy when I see a pretty BBW I know the effort and cost it takes to do this.
In todays me to movement would this be appropriate.
Dude, clothes do not mean consent. Let’s get that understanding right now. Just because I wear what I want does not mean I want anyone’s hands on me. Thank you very muchDepends on the situation.
If I see a plump woman at a Walmart wearing g a crop top shirt and a belly button ring, I think it is OK to compliment her on and maybe ask to feel her tummy she must want the attention.
No for co-workers and customers
I have to say that I agree with that. We pay compliments to gain an advantage. It puts us in a superior position to our interlocutor. We are being presumptuous enough to pass judgment on them. I'm starting to think that a compliment might be nothing more than an inverted insult. It is a very insulting thing to stand in judgment over someone else.Because by complementing someone else, you establish yourself in the communicatively superior position - you are the one who is assessing the value of something.