“Although we know that on regular dating apps, many women have experienced unfair treatment, we were still shocked at the final result of this study,” said Woo Plus co-founder Michelle Li.
“Our mission at Woo Plus is to create many more female-friendly features so bigger women have user-friendly and practical dating tools, and are treated with respect.”" data-reactid="23"The founders of the app, known as the “Tinder for Curve Lovers,” decided to develop the user-suggested checks-and-balance system after conducting a survey of its members and finding that a disconcerting 71 percent of women admit to having been “harassed and insulted” based on their weight and appearance.
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.
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