It really is true that normal, every day and even what some call “ugly” guys can make women feel attracted to them as they talk and interact.
If a man is able to make a woman feel attracted to him in other ways (e.g.
Akin to a beauty contest scorecard, a person's attractiveness is ranked from one to 10.
And generally, it's presumed that the beautiful Amazons among us (the eights, nines, and 10s) should only date each other -- while the "uglies" of the bunch (the twos, threes, and fours) must stick to their own Quasimodo kind.
Ali Thompson and KC Slack (@Artists_Ali and @femmina on Twitter, respectively) sparked the idea for the hashtag while discussing over Twitter the stories they had read about bad dates and relationships.
The two pointed out that many of the stories came from “a thin woman’s point of view” and wanted to highlight a whole other set of dating fails fat people endure.
To me, that suggests that the weird and wonderful world of online dating might not be for you.''All I can say is that you're pretty dumb and Z-list if you allow screening so prejudiced that some brainless body-fascist can screen out all plus-size suitors: goodbye Marilyn Monroe, Sophie Dahl, Lena Dunham, Gerard Depardieu, James Corden, Seth Rogen. I have a strong feeling that all of those people would be a hundred times better (and funnier) in bed than your average waif.