“Our mission at Woo Plus is to create many more female-friendly features so bigger women have user-friendly and practical dating tools, and are treated with respect.”In addition to comments and reviews, the new feature employs a five-star grading scale to allow a woman to rate a man with whom she’s been interacting.Those ratings, comments, and reviews then become part of an artificial intelligence algorithm that is used to recommend potential matches.If you're worried that carrying a few extra pounds is an online dating deal breaker, relax -- especially if you live on the West Coast or in the south.
But, one of the hardest things about being in a “mixed weight” relationship is other people and their opinions (and projections).
While I don’t often hear comments about my weight when I’m alone, I do get a very strong message about my weight in the context of my dating life.
Before I met him, people warned me — both implicitly and outright — that because I opted to only date the men I found attractive (novel idea, right? Tell anyone how bad it sucks, because it’s too much for people.
), that I was a “superficial fat chick.” They said if a guy was attracted to me, I should be grateful! I kept my standards high started dating a Dwyane Wade look-a-like. I mean, you, you can talk into the microphone and say you can’t get a date, you’re overweight. But if I say it, they call the suicide hotline on me.
Users can now flag harassing behavior by reviewing, rating, and commenting on the profiles of guys they’re messaging with, according to a new press release.