Mmmm! Thank you! Mal squirts so hard ;)
I haven’t had much luck on BBW specific dating sites (And I think there’s a number of different reasons for that).
What I HAVE had a lot of luck with is OKCupid (I had almost 30 first dates in 2012 and 2013 before I met Mal, and I can share a couple of ways you can use OKC to find women that you want to have sex with, and who want to have sex with you.
The first thing you should do is fill out your questions as completely as possible. There’s a few questions that are particularly relevant: “Can overweight people be sexy?” Pick “Always”. ” If one of your potential matches were overweight, would that be a dealbreaker?” Pick “No, in fact I prefer overweight people.”
But answer EVERYTHING. Don’t forget that the people you want to have sex with are PEOPLE, they are complex, they have interests, hopes, and dreams, political opinions and religious beliefs.
I suggest paying for the OKC A-list, this allows you to do two really important things, search for people by body type, and search for people by the answer they’ve
given to a particular question. Filter by either of the questions above and the appropriate answer, select the geographic area you want to look in, and then sort by Match %.
This will show you people who have a good chance of being attracted to you, and who share a lot of your interests (The more questions you answer, the more accurate these matches will be.)
When you message the person, be polite, speak to them like a HUMAN BEING, and mention shared interests they mention on their profiles. Does she like Firefly? Stargate? Foreign language films? Archery? Scuba Diving? Dr Who?
"Hi there! My name is Mark and I really like your profile! I saw you like Dr Who, Did you see the trailer for the new season? What did you think of it? You’re really pretty by the way :)"
If you think they’re pretty, say THAT, and if they appreciate the compliment, give more, at a reasonable pace in the normal course of ACTUAL CONVERSATIONS.
Also: Don’t state your appreciation for curvier women in the form of shaming other women “Real women have curves” “I think skinny women are ugly”, ect. You love
curvy women, that’s AWESOME, but there’s no need to body shame ANYONE, for ANY REASON.
I love answering these questions by the way. I’d love to talk more about it!
I love hearing this kind of stuff! Especially about how hot everyone thinks Mal is :D
Yeah ;) Are you offering?
I can’t believe I missed this message. I’m glad you like it! We’re looking to start becoming active again :D