Feeling a bit down today?
Because your list seems to overlook the massive negative social effects of being very large on women - effects that certainly balance with the negative physical effects on men. And the effect of being supersized on job success seem about equal, to me.
At any rate, keep on expressing your feelings here - we are listening.
Large people universally face challenges. Regarding sex differences:
-- There doesn't seem to be much difference if we're talking about people who are only a bit overweight -- there are significant numbers of guys who like "curvy" women -- and lots of women who like guys with "dad" bodies.
-- When we move up to people who are significantly folks (i.e. about 50 to 100 pounds overweight) guys come out ahead. "Burly" guys probably do face less discrimination in the work place and dating pool than do "midsize" BBWs.
-- But when it comes to supersize folks (although both sexes struggle) I believe women have it a bit easier. Supersize guys are basically shut out of most blue collar jobs while supersize women are still employable in many pink collar jobs. In the dating world supersize women have many admirers (admittedly many are not interested in long-term relationships). Supersize guys have far fewer admirers.