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Well, two male co-workers were talking about online dating and mentioned that they’d never contact a girl that was in that class or “curvy”, because any time they’d met one in the past, she’d been much heavier than in her pictures.I’m wondering if this is why guys will view me a lot, but won’t make contact.Describing oneself as Overweight/A little extra/Full Figured seems to indicate self-deprecation/low self-esteem, i.e. I like ‘curvy’ (I have DDD bra size), but is it true that ‘curvy’ is just a euphemism for obese? Would you consider commenting on the body types definitions and deciphering the OKC-speak? If you post accurate and recent photos of yourself, then you won’t be misrepresenting yourself too egregiously. Yes, “curvy” is just a nice way of saying overweight.I don’t think describing oneself as overweight, full figured, etc is a sign of low self-esteem. How other people perceive that admission isn’t about you. As for whether or not I would actually select that body type option, the answer is no. It’s unfortunate that that’s how most people, even many women, interpret that. Select Curvy as your body type and the majority of people who will view your profile will be the fetishists and chubby chasers.Couple weeks before you posted ‘My inner fat girl’ in May 2012 I made a profile on OKC. After about a month I got frustrated, deleted my profile and started working on weight loss. ) can a woman honestly describe herself as ‘average’? My profile generated some responses, but not the ones you (or even I) would describe as high quality.Not only is it demeaning to put a type, it is entirely to vague to pick one out.I know that the dating sites used to use weight instead of body type (and some sites like still do) to help with selection and that was way too personal and specific, especially for women.

Hip to waist ratio is irrelevant when it comes to online dating.Most men put “Slender, Athletic and Toned, About Average” as their preference, at least on where you can see their choices. Athletic and Toned Body Type Maybe this choice is meant for men only, but I see a lot of men selecting it as the type that they prefer in women. Does it mean masculine or high testosterone; square chin, low eyebrows, low voice, V shape, low fat percent, and narrow hips?Some look for a few more types, some all types and some only one or two types! Men tend to have very specific body types in mind and they get attracted to the physical aspect of a woman first rather than the mental aspect of a mate like women do. Like the woman trainer from Biggest Loser, Jillian?Why men don't trust women's body type descriptions online. I wondered if I should even chance writing about it. Different websites have unique methods of describing your physique in your online dating profile.Unless it lists a weight range, these methods are subjective at best.But body type definitions are so vague as to be useless.