Very interesting. She sounds like she is German or something - can anyone identify that accent?
I like this guy because he makes it clear about his 'preference' for fat women. Also, it is interesting to hear about his experience with losing friends after 'coming out as an FA' in his late teen years. We have seen a lot of poo-pooing about the fears of FAs for how they will be judged by friends, family and others, but this guy gives an example of the harsh reality. However, I agree with the argument that those friends that would distance from him over his FA-ness are not worth keeping anyway. You got to be true to yourself: guys 'in the closet' out there: trust me it is so worth it to just be yourself for all the world to see.
I get what you are saying, but bear in mind that these are people living their lives, they don't exist to be a political/social statement. If they can't or don't want to have kids, they aren't obligated to do so because it would 'look more mainstream', so to speak.Only issue I see with this couple is being together since 2006 and appears to be no kids. I know fat women can have fertility issues (my own fat wife had that and required special hormone supplements to get and stay pregnant). Then again maybe it is a decision on their part , but regardless , not having kids is detrimental to the argument that this is only a slightly out of the mainstream couple.
Yeah I am not criticizing any particular couple for not having kids although I think too many people are opting out to the point we are having declining population rates. Oh this could get political in a hurry And certainly if they can't due to some fertility or other issue, that is a whole other story. Just pointing out that in a 'perfect world' the couple to profile if you wanted to make FA / fat woman marriage look 'normal ' would probably have kids. That's not for me but how I surmise the average objective onlooker might respond. And it's not like you don't see many many fat young women with young kids out there these days. So I guess there's that.I get what you are saying, but bear in mind that these are people living their lives, they don't exist to be a political/social statement. If they can't or don't want to have kids, they aren't obligated to do so because it would 'look more mainstream', so to speak.
Thanks for adding your thoughts.I think that a lot of us just run out of time, sadly. We spend most of our lives trying to find that someone that we want to have kids with, or that perfect situation to do so. In a lot of cases, my. own included, when it happens, it's too late in life. They say it's a gamble after 30 and even more so after 40. On top of that, the desire to have children has faded. At 42 I am more focused on what I want in life and what makes me happy, rather than having children.