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Aug 28, 2010
Hey dims.

I'm an 18 y/o FA still at high school in Australia.
Now I don't mind having a 'slim' partner, but I would much rather have a bigger one (personality going, of course). I have had a few GFs before, but none really of the body type I would want - however that is mainly due to personality than anything else. Yes, it is a preference, I don't mind that much, but I do love the fatties :D

So the problem is acceptance at high school. I would be able to have a fairly large GF and just cast aside things people will say, but I think I would be able to do everyone a favour if I just 'came out' about my preferences. To some people this may not seem a big deal, but at a high school where you are constantly judged and there are very few larger people in the entire school, it is hard. I have not even told my best friend(s) about my preference... anyone for that matter. They are good people, but there is a lot of 'fat hate'.

Now if I do find a nice big girl that I do like, I am hoping I would be able to 'come out' about my prefence if I did ask her out. I really think that telling people my prefence rather than dating and being sledged constantly for, etc 'being desperate' for wanting a larger GF (this has happened to a few people I knew) would be a much easier option.

So my question is, how should I 'come out' about telling my friends (other people can think what they want, I don't care) about my preference... should I tell my best friend first, see what he thinks or something... and yeah, I guess that's it for now :doh: hope that made sense.

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