I’ve written posts about dating a big man and feeling guilty because I wasn’t attracted to him.
I often get comments/emails/tweets from people chastising me for not dating big men, so I thought I’d open up the conversation here…
So whether you love or hate the technology aspect of dating, you might as well take advantage of it for the fast and easy sex.
Here are a few thoughts on the state of online dating in 2017.
I’m going to stop there and revisit this topic in another post after hearing what you guys think.
You can debate the merits of online, day, or night game for all of eternity.
3.) Thinking back on my time dating James, I actually was a hypocrite.
I was a hypocrite because I knew on our first date that I wasn’t interested in him, but I kept dating him for three weeks.
A week later we were walking across 23rd street holding hands.
But then I realized, I was dating a semi-professional football player who was 6’3 and 345 pounds. Unfortunately James didn’t have his life together, so he never seemed worth blogging about, until last night when I started thinking about the ongoing conversation that happens every time a Plus Size Princess says that she prefers a certain “type” of man.
I’d dated tall/skinny guys before, but James was larger than me in every way and when he pulled me close I did feel somewhat small… I’ve mentioned here that I usually date guys with a basketball or baseball players build.
Regardless of what your personal preference is, the technology aspect of dating is here to stay. Unfortunately, this does remove a lot of control from men and places it squarely in the hands of women.
Of course, women can’t be trusted with this—as evidenced by the ever declining nuclear family unit.