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They can't see my emaciated college-aged, size zero self.
All they see are two bodies, one arbitrarily deemed "good" and the other "bad." And they react to preserve the social stigma unquestioningly. But it becomes immeasurably more difficult when the people who know your vulnerabilities reduce the women you choose to date -- and by default, you -- to mere bodies.
As a woman who prefers frilly dresses and long hair, people don't expect me to be anything other than straight.
As an "average"-sized person, people seem surprised to see me walk hand-in-hand down the streets of Chelsea with a date who is significantly larger.
When people act like I'm a tragic hero for "putting up with" a fat person, my privilege becomes unignorable. I spent a good part of my life believing that I was less of a person because of my weight and another part getting told how great I looked by the very people who made me miserable for years. Nobody has to want to date anyone else, but a basic sense of respect for others shouldn't be too much to ask.
This lack of support hurts, and it hurts that women who create amazing art expect me to treat them poorly because of their size. Our dating lives aren't fodder for tabloid spreads.
I am so much more than an "average"-sized woman who dates fat women.
But even if that's all you see me as when you pass me on the street, that doesn't mean you're entitled to disrespect me or my date.
Being a fat bastard doesn't mean you have to be single forever.