I’m plus-sized & people are always shocked blokes fancy me – a pal urged me to ‘lock down a guy quickly’
A ‘PLUS-SIZED’ woman has revealed the hardest part about dating – that people think it will be trickier to find a match because of her size.
But Mary Rose Madigan, from Sydney, Australia, says she’s never had any problem finding a love match.
Writing on Mamamia she said her body had never stopped her attracting blokes, but people seemingly couldn’t believe that.
She recalled one occasion – when she admitted to people she was in a love triangle – they were stunned.
She told the Aussie publication: “A few months later, another co-worker and I were discussing how I had found myself in the middle of a love triangle. I was torn between dating a hipster guy from the inner west or a surfy guy from the beaches. It was all very dramatic, and in retrospect, silly.
I didn’t like either of them that much, I just liked the drama. Another co-worker interjected with the question. “I’m surprised you get so much attention considering your size?”
She continued: “I know it's a tired trope but confidence is sexy, being yourself is always attractive and getting a date has nothing to do with your weight. I'm living, full- figured proof.”
She revealed she got the same number of matches on dating apps as her skinnier pals – and blokes did want relationships, not just one night encounters.
One person cheekily suggested she should “'lock a guy down quickly” because she was 'lucky” to have a man want her.
She told how she felt plus-sized women were traditionally meant to be “quiet and dowdy” when actually that was ridiculous – they should embrace their true personality.
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