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But there's also nothing wrong with wanting to use an app like Grindr or Woo Plus that's catered to your own sexuality.

And so I cannot help but feel that the problem some folks are having isn't with the over-sexualization of fat people, and specifically fat women.

Maybe there'd be no need for Woo Plus, because fat individuals interested in being with someone who appreciates their fat could take to any standard dating site and not risk being told, "Sorry, you're fatter than your pictures," at an IRL meetup.

I think it's why some will describe dating as a plus size woman to be "more of an exercise in patience and frustration than it is one in romance." Li tells me, "Large people have the same needs and desires for positive attention and love [as] thin people," but to a lot of people, that doesn't seem obvious yet.

Dating a plus size person is hard because being a plus size person is hard.

Not wanting divide is definitely reasonable, and it's a feeling that can also be heard through campaigns like #Drop The Plus.

If we don't want to be treated differently, why do we have to use different terms, or different dating sites? I personally don't think that the folks at Woo Plus believe "falling in love with someone above a size 18 [is] unusual." If that were the case, they'd be setting themselves up for failure.

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