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Whether seeking a new job, being in the workplace, or applying for health coverage, the bias against overweight men and women can be hard to overcome.Research into weight bias has found a consistent tendency to view overweight people as being "lazier," less motivated, and more to blame for their weight compared to thinner individuals.It's only taken them 13 years, 16 seasons and 229 episodes to get there.Mainstream fashion houses locally and internationally are also starting to openly design for real women of all ages and sizes, and even better, use them in their brochures and ad campaigns.I was just an insecure girl standing in front of a surprisingly hot guy, asking him to like me, so even though I knew I was out of my league and he was a tonsil, when he ended it I did that thing where you embarrassingly try to argue the person out of it, instead of exiting gracefully.Which was ridiculous, because in the whole of history, nobody has ever successfully argued someone into getting back together with them.Or you could go in headfirst and write "Attention all shoppers, I am overweight" in the first line of your profile.
But it wasn't total deception, what's the point in catfishing, especially if you're going to meet the bloke down the line?
Fortunately, fast forward a few years and something remarkable is happening.
In the latest season of (a US reality show about fashion design), for the first time in the show's history, the designers are working with body-positive models of all sizes.
So I always put that I was "a few extra pounds" in the "body type" section.
An understatement at the time, maybe, but online personal ads are like property ads, everyone knows what "renovator's dream", "charming" or "quaint" really mean.