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And its not just that women dislike light men, the benefit of weight continued all the way up the scale; they found no significant effect of BMI squared, and only weak effects of its difference. Interestingly, folks with kids are far more eager for a match, and income preferences were quite linear – no diminishing returns!More: This paper is based on as sample of 3,004 men and 2,783 women located in Boston and San Diego.

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” My sister tagged me in this post knowing my background in fat studies and sexuality studies (and as a fat masculine person), knowing I would agree with her frustrations.

[Image description: A screenshot of the Family Feud game board with the six most popular answers: “Fatty got money” (34 out of 100 people surveyed), “She’s fat/digs food” (23/100), “She’ll look better” (12/100), “She’s in love” (9/100), “He’s warm/cuddly” (6/100), and “He won’t cheat” (4/100).]The one thing this particular round of Family Feud does correctly is summarize many of the unfortunate myths our society perpetuates about fat people — specifically, fat men — and relationships.

About a month ago, one of my sisters tagged me in a video she recorded of Family Feud, a game show where two families compete for a cash prize by trying to find the most popular answers to a variety of questions.

On the episode she recorded, host and comedian Steve Harvey asks the contestants to answer a rather loaded statement: “Name a reason a woman might decide to be with a chubby [or fat] man.” The contestants’ answers end up providing a humorous round in the minds of the contestants, Steve Harvey, and presumably the audience.

Both men and women who have children prefer a partner who also has children.

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