Well, two male co-workers were talking about online dating and mentioned that they’d never contact a girl that was in that class or “curvy”, because any time they’d met one in the past, she’d been much heavier than in her pictures.
I’m wondering if this is why guys will view me a lot, but won’t make contact.
She’s from Britain, is expecting ,000 to ,000 (£3,250 to £6,500) monthly from a 'sugar daddy’.
'Sugar Baby’, 25, is setting the bar even higher with negotiations opening at ,000 to ,000 (£6,500 to £13,000) a month.
I'm betting "athletic" means thin, and small-to-no boobs.
Sometimes it's hard to decode these designations, as the OP demonstrates.
After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. I only view women's profiles so my experience comes from being a "straight male". Does "curvy" suppose to make it appear as if you more attractive as opposed to saying you're fat? But keep in mind that feminine physiology is not as muscle oriented as masculine. Well, it does if there isn't a "full-figured" designation, which on many sites, there isn't.
Some forums can only be seen by registered members. Some women who lack a curvaceous physique may describe themselves as such because they happen to be larger. But then, larger sized women tend to be referred to as "fat" by people who think body fat is evil and unattractive. But actually part of how we physically distinguish male from female.
I have been online dating for about two months and it’s been so-so thus far. I’m 5’3″ and an hourglass-ish size 10, so while I’m not obese, I’m definitely not “athletic and toned.” I chose pictures that I think accurately show this.
Anyway, at first I listed myself as “A few pounds extra” thinking it was an honest description.
Jane Austen would be aghast at the behavior of her gender in the 21st century! Could you be confusing her with Lady Catherine de Bourgh, who allows no room for context when she issues directives?
The Miss Austen that Miss Manners knows is uncannily alert to the subtleties in any social situation.