I'm likely the 5 billionth person on the planet to note that fatness seems to be much less of a dealbreaker for women than for men.
I read a statistic (can't find the cite unfortunately) that also mentioned that obese men are much more likely to get married than obese women.
I'd probably make an exception for John Goodman, though, so I guess you could put me in the "never say never" camp.
Note: 300 lbs does not necessarily make someone obese. Especially if the relationship got serious and marriage was in the cards, he would suffer health problems as he aged in a very serious way.
Your response is interesting because it seems like an analogue of some of the men's responses in the BBW thread "I wouldn't date an obese person, but I might have sex with them".
Your response is interesting because it seems like an analogue of some of the men's responses in the BBW thread "I wouldn't date an obese person, but I might have sex with them". Yes, I worry about health problems and mobility issues, and I have - at his request - helped him lose weight. Immobility issues and medications have since contributed to his regaining about 40, but that's a new battle we're working on together.) Aesthetically, yes, I prefer a thinner husband, but I fell in love with the person, not the extra pounds.
Although I did have a one night fling with a very fat guy once and it was quite fun.
Oh, I'm vocal and opinionated about everything, not just BBWs .
I've never found an obese man attractive, so I doubt it.
A little chubby, sure, but not much more than that.