I just think it's so unfair out there in the dating world for us.There has to be a lable on us and sometimes we can't help that we are bigger than those "pretty" skinny girls.Oxygen Channel's "Dance Your Ass Off" combines elements of ABC's "Dancing With The Stars" and NBC's "The Biggest Loser." Contestants learn dance routines for which they are judged before weighing in to determine how much they have lost.Amy Introcaso-Davis, senior vice president of original programming and development at Oxygen, said dance and diet are two areas of interest for younger viewers of the channel, so combining the two made sense.Why can't we have a mixture of all different women on a show and why does there have to be a skinny women dating show and a fat women dating show?I guess part of me gets so mad because society tells men that they should be attracted to thin women and never the slightly overweight friend who has to fight to find a decent man. Working on this basic premise, US cable network Fox is teaming with "The Bachelor" producer Mike Fleiss for a new dating-competition series that casts "average-looking" people.
On the other end, I feel like it's a little disrespectful.
Or would they rather be featured on TV not as an "overweight" person, but just as a person?
First of all don't associate your weight as a barrier for dating. Make the most of your looks and clothing and dress to give the impression that you want to give.
Obesity has risen dramatically in the United States during the past 20 years, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
And this year television has seen an increase in shows featuring participants and stars who look more like the viewing public.