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Do Quality Men Like Fat Girls?

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StraightTalk with Ted Santos

StraightTalk with Ted Santos


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The US has become the nation with the fattest people on the planet.  Here we claim bigger is better.  People want big SUVs, houses, bank accounts, backyards and big Macs to name a few.  Yet, when it comes to our bodies, is bigger better?  While there are many women who claim they want a man who is handsome, makes a big 6 figure income, has a big chiseled body with a 6 pack and stands 6’2”, for some reason, those women never say they want him to be fat.  Why is that?


On the other hand, women say a man should accept a woman as she is.  If she is fat, he should not be shallow.  He should love her for the person she is.  If he comments on her weight, he is fat shaming.  (As many of you read this, you may have a problem with me for addressing it.)


When a woman wants a 6’2” Adonis, she is thinking of several things.  She wants a man who is sexually attractive.  She is hoping a man at 6’2” has an adequate penis size.  She wants a six-pack that appealing to the eyes.  And she wants his physical strength to satisfy her sexual desires.  At the same time, she is thinking about her offspring.  If their father is this hunk, the children are likely to be physically healthy and will have a better chance in life when it comes to career and the choice of a spouse.  With that said, why wouldn’t she want to offer the man a similar physically appealing body?


Have women come to believe that men are so much lesser than ladies that males should simply accept anything a woman offers?  Do women believe men are dumb creatures who don’t know the difference between fat and slim?  Or do they believe men should be happy with any vagina regardless of what it is attached to.