Fat people dating show
That doesn’t mean that fat people will only ever be with fat people, and to assume so is at the very least ignorant, if not completely fatphobic and sizeist.Fat men, under any and all circumstances, are unattractive to all people.With this myth, we have an example of how people attempt to take the agency away from fat people, and really people in general.
On the episode of the daytime game show 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.” This, as one might imagine, ends up being a rather humorous round for the contestants, Steve Harvey, and the audience.
This myth makes the assumption that, as mentioned above, no one could conceivably be in a relationship with a fat man because they’re actually attracted to him.
Fat people are simply tools to achieve a higher sense of desirability to potential future partners.
More specifically, my sister said: 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.
In keeping with TBINAA’s theme of fighting body terrorism in search of radical self love and acceptance, we will be looking at the various myths this episode lists, how they’re harmful, and how they are simply not true.So we have another double-edged myth on our hands: fat men can be warm/cuddly, but they can never be seen as sexual beings, let alone being seen as possibly “good” at sex.While many fat men are indeed “warm and cuddly,” it’s inherently harmful to fat men as human beings to see this as their only positive trait.More specifically, this myth assumes that all fat men are inherently less attractive to all people than any partner they could ever have.