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#1 AmazonBabe

Posted 11 January 2018 - 01:50 PM

So..... single again.  Had a BF for about 15 months but, yet again, end up with ones who require far too much "fixing up" for me.

Where are the nice guys?

I'm a larger girl (think size 20 or so) and most men are put off by a 40yo tertiary educated professional large woman with two teen boys who are mostly in her care.

Where did you find your partners?  What's the best dating site?

I get really despondent and depressed when nobody responds :(

#2 ABabyPlease

Posted 11 January 2018 - 07:06 PM

Hey, I was on RSVP about 10 years ago when I met my DP. I was on there for about 5 years and there were lots of frogs...

I used to do it in bulk, so send out lots of messages and then take a break. The emotional roller coaster was tough, I did some counselling along the way which helped.

I hope someone has more current advice.
Good luck!

#3 boysescakes

Posted 11 January 2018 - 07:12 PM

I don't think one is better than the other for a particular body size. You'll find a lot of people are on multiple anyway.
Maybe dip your toe in and try a couple at a time.
I was never a fan of tinder and guess what, I met my current guy on there. Never thought I'd find a person of substance on there.
It's a game of luck really. Lucky if you find a great guy!

#4 teaspoon

Posted 11 January 2018 - 07:37 PM

Try Bumble, AmazonBabe!

https://bumble.com

#5 teaspoon

Posted 12 January 2018 - 10:51 AM

Now that I think about it AmazonBabe, there's an app called wooplus that I've seen on instagram.  http://www.wooplus.com

I haven't used it because, although I'm a size 16, I actually wouldn't want someone who's solely interested in plus sized women.

I don't know... maybe worth a shot?

#6 #YKG

Posted 27 January 2018 - 01:12 PM

Honestly it’s hit and miss. I’m a size 20 after dropping weight and when I was larger I didn’t have any issues on any of the websites.
I made sure to include current pictures including a full body so there were no “surprises”. Just be honest in your profile, I’ve found doing a “this is me” of a few sentences has been sufficient.

#7 gemgirl

Posted 02 February 2018 - 06:40 PM

Well, I was looking for women, not men, so... my site probably isn't so relevant.

But I put in my profile "I'm a curvy girl". I think there was even a 'body type' question. I figure I'll put it in my profile, so that they see it, and don't respond if they're going to be put off.

Good luck!




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