Lol, well I never really blurted it out. While in high school dating jock girls, there were a few times when talking a different fat girls in private where I did mention, I like fat chicks. Now my flirting at the time was also not that strong. But the reactions I got were not what I expected. Silence/subject change/shock. When I did finally come out, I decided to treat them the same as I did thin women I know it sounds obvious now. But it wasnt then. Now its, just keep flirting till they ask or reject you.Great find, FF. I can legitimately see both sides, though I am inclined to agree more with you and Loopy on this one. Nobody is entitled to another's attraction. That she'd be upset that people are is indeed a symptom of arrogance.
At the same time I can understand why she'd pass on guys whose opening lines are "I like fat girls." No woman wants to be dated because she's a fat girl, rather she likely just wants to be treated like a normal girl. I think this is the writer's point, though it's easy to lose it in all the sanctimony.
Also, I used to be one of those guys who'd blurt out that I liked fat girls. I thought it would be endearing maybe? (Ok I really don't know what I was thinking!) suffice to say I had to learn to communicate better. It was ok to be honest about what I liked but I found I couldn't and shouldn't be pursuing them BECAUSE of their weight. That made them an object not a person. It was a learning curve but I came out ok.