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You don't need me lecturing you — because you're not hanging out the back of a bus shouting "CLUNGE! You've got sisters, mothers, lovers — female friends and colleagues — and you've never once gone up to any of them shouting, "Blimey! " while honking on their breasts, in the manner of Sid James. ", and breaking into musical numbers when I was trying to listen to my brain instead. So, my Eleventh Commandment is 'Thou Shalt Buff Your Fnuh.' That's official. Clothes You know when we stand in front of a full wardrobe and say, "I don't have anything to wear! What we mean is, "I don't have anything to wear for who I need to be today." What women wear is incredibly important and not just because we live in a society with a

You don't need me lecturing you — because you're not hanging out the back of a bus shouting "CLUNGE! You've got sisters, mothers, lovers — female friends and colleagues — and you've never once gone up to any of them shouting, "Blimey! " while honking on their breasts, in the manner of Sid James. ", and breaking into musical numbers when I was trying to listen to my brain instead. So, my Eleventh Commandment is 'Thou Shalt Buff Your Fnuh.' That's official. Clothes You know when we stand in front of a full wardrobe and say, "I don't have anything to wear! What we mean is, "I don't have anything to wear for who I need to be today." What women wear is incredibly important and not just because we live in a society with a $1.5 trillion fashion-industry, and spend most of our spare time looking at cut-price Marc Jacobs handbags on This is what we're thinking about, when we stand in front of the wardrobe. You're sophisticated, 21st century men with a copy of the El Bulli cookbook, a timeless pair of investment brogues and a couple of Joni Mitchell albums — for when you want to sit in your leather armchair, and have a little, noble, necessary man-cry. Not all the penises being burned in a Penis Bonfire. You are like my friend John, when he talks about dating alpha-women: "Feel intimidated by them? Dating and marrying powerful women is like big game hunting. You just have to shut yourself in a cupboard and say them over and over again — "FEMINISM! My vagina was — by way of Audrey II in — constantly shouting "Feed me! You can see all the shit from where you are standing, fully dressed, ready to leave the house. In 2008, a rape case was overturned because the judge decided the alleged victim must have consented to sex, because her jeans were "too tight" for the accused to remove on his own. You know the pay disparity; still 20 per cent less for women in this country, and not a single prosecution, even though it's literally illegal. Ugh.") You've seen Amy Schumer's brilliant, edgy sketches on contraception and rape, and laughed along with them. You don't need Tits Mc Gee here to take you through it one more time. It's the same as when you say the word "environment". You are unlikely to get custody of your kids, and are three times more likely to commit suicide. Men, imagine if, some time around your 12th birthday, some manner of viscous liquid — let's say gravy — suddenly appeared in your pants, in the middle of a maths lesson. We're like, "THIS IS ALREADY A REALLY, REALLY SHIT DAY. Talking In the last year or so, we saw this study, from America, and it broke our hearts a bit, because it explains so much: in a mixed-gender group, when women talk 25 per cent of the time or less, it's seen as being "equally balanced". So we know even success, and money, will not protect us from the humiliation of simply being a woman. "Christ," Amis said, "that's sort of lad's mag talk — sort of more male than male." Obviously, I am noble enough to recognise that Amis is from an older generation — one whose women, by and large, did not feel comfortable discussing their sexuality in any great detail. And we fret about all this — appearance, clothes — because it matters. " We don't want to get into an argument, but we just can't see the logic in it. Someone who fingered you said it was like diddling a Gonk. No mumbling Like you, we feel a bit embarrassed about saying the word "feminism". Because remember that patriarchy's bumming you as hard as it's bumming us. You, meanwhile, are unable to talk about your feelings lest you get punched in the nuts by "a lad" telling you not to be "a bender". Being a woman doesn't make "being a woman" any easier. It's like having an exploding, insane blood-bag of pain up in your business end — nothing really prepares you for when it all kicks off. The next, you're suddenly having to wedge a tiny Barbie mattress in your knickers, crying while you watch , and eating Nurofen Plus like they're Tic Tacs. Have you ever tried to scrub blood out of a Premier Inn sheet at 6am, using just travel shampoo and your toothbrush? We're not dealing with this in a special, noble lady-way. We've seen our biggest female role-models and icons shamed in the press, over and over: computers hacked and nude pictures released; sex-tapes released. One of the few times I have been personally offended was when Martin Amis commented on a column I wrote about female masturbation. You're just getting up in the morning, putting on your trousers and getting on with stuff. Male feminists We're embarrassed when other women say, "Men can't be feminists!But like most humans, us fat people want people to love us for who we are, not for our bodies, or not because of our bodies.My biggest complaint of the app is last names appear on profiles.If you are a plus size or fat person, you know how difficult it is to date.Tinder is notorious for its users fat shaming, and this video shows how people react to their real-life dates being bigger than what they expected. It was that video that inspired Woo Plus, an app exclusively for the plus size dating community.

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You don't need me lecturing you — because you're not hanging out the back of a bus shouting "CLUNGE! You've got sisters, mothers, lovers — female friends and colleagues — and you've never once gone up to any of them shouting, "Blimey! " while honking on their breasts, in the manner of Sid James. ", and breaking into musical numbers when I was trying to listen to my brain instead. So, my Eleventh Commandment is 'Thou Shalt Buff Your Fnuh.' That's official. Clothes You know when we stand in front of a full wardrobe and say, "I don't have anything to wear! What we mean is, "I don't have anything to wear for who I need to be today." What women wear is incredibly important and not just because we live in a society with a $1.5 trillion fashion-industry, and spend most of our spare time looking at cut-price Marc Jacobs handbags on This is what we're thinking about, when we stand in front of the wardrobe.

You're sophisticated, 21st century men with a copy of the El Bulli cookbook, a timeless pair of investment brogues and a couple of Joni Mitchell albums — for when you want to sit in your leather armchair, and have a little, noble, necessary man-cry. Not all the penises being burned in a Penis Bonfire. You are like my friend John, when he talks about dating alpha-women: "Feel intimidated by them? Dating and marrying powerful women is like big game hunting. You just have to shut yourself in a cupboard and say them over and over again — "FEMINISM! My vagina was — by way of Audrey II in — constantly shouting "Feed me! You can see all the shit from where you are standing, fully dressed, ready to leave the house. In 2008, a rape case was overturned because the judge decided the alleged victim must have consented to sex, because her jeans were "too tight" for the accused to remove on his own.

You know the pay disparity; still 20 per cent less for women in this country, and not a single prosecution, even though it's literally illegal. Ugh.") You've seen Amy Schumer's brilliant, edgy sketches on contraception and rape, and laughed along with them. You don't need Tits Mc Gee here to take you through it one more time. It's the same as when you say the word "environment". You are unlikely to get custody of your kids, and are three times more likely to commit suicide. Men, imagine if, some time around your 12th birthday, some manner of viscous liquid — let's say gravy — suddenly appeared in your pants, in the middle of a maths lesson. We're like, "THIS IS ALREADY A REALLY, REALLY SHIT DAY. Talking In the last year or so, we saw this study, from America, and it broke our hearts a bit, because it explains so much: in a mixed-gender group, when women talk 25 per cent of the time or less, it's seen as being "equally balanced". So we know even success, and money, will not protect us from the humiliation of simply being a woman. "Christ," Amis said, "that's sort of lad's mag talk — sort of more male than male." Obviously, I am noble enough to recognise that Amis is from an older generation — one whose women, by and large, did not feel comfortable discussing their sexuality in any great detail. And we fret about all this — appearance, clothes — because it matters. " We don't want to get into an argument, but we just can't see the logic in it.

Someone who fingered you said it was like diddling a Gonk. No mumbling Like you, we feel a bit embarrassed about saying the word "feminism". Because remember that patriarchy's bumming you as hard as it's bumming us. You, meanwhile, are unable to talk about your feelings lest you get punched in the nuts by "a lad" telling you not to be "a bender". Being a woman doesn't make "being a woman" any easier. It's like having an exploding, insane blood-bag of pain up in your business end — nothing really prepares you for when it all kicks off. The next, you're suddenly having to wedge a tiny Barbie mattress in your knickers, crying while you watch , and eating Nurofen Plus like they're Tic Tacs. Have you ever tried to scrub blood out of a Premier Inn sheet at 6am, using just travel shampoo and your toothbrush? We're not dealing with this in a special, noble lady-way. We've seen our biggest female role-models and icons shamed in the press, over and over: computers hacked and nude pictures released; sex-tapes released. One of the few times I have been personally offended was when Martin Amis commented on a column I wrote about female masturbation. You're just getting up in the morning, putting on your trousers and getting on with stuff. Male feminists We're embarrassed when other women say, "Men can't be feminists!

But like most humans, us fat people want people to love us for who we are, not for our bodies, or not because of our bodies.

My biggest complaint of the app is last names appear on profiles.

If you are a plus size or fat person, you know how difficult it is to date.

Tinder is notorious for its users fat shaming, and this video shows how people react to their real-life dates being bigger than what they expected. It was that video that inspired Woo Plus, an app exclusively for the plus size dating community.

.5 trillion fashion-industry, and spend most of our spare time looking at cut-price Marc Jacobs handbags on This is what we're thinking about, when we stand in front of the wardrobe.

You're sophisticated, 21st century men with a copy of the El Bulli cookbook, a timeless pair of investment brogues and a couple of Joni Mitchell albums — for when you want to sit in your leather armchair, and have a little, noble, necessary man-cry. Not all the penises being burned in a Penis Bonfire. You are like my friend John, when he talks about dating alpha-women: "Feel intimidated by them? Dating and marrying powerful women is like big game hunting. You just have to shut yourself in a cupboard and say them over and over again — "FEMINISM! My vagina was — by way of Audrey II in — constantly shouting "Feed me! You can see all the shit from where you are standing, fully dressed, ready to leave the house. In 2008, a rape case was overturned because the judge decided the alleged victim must have consented to sex, because her jeans were "too tight" for the accused to remove on his own.

You know the pay disparity; still 20 per cent less for women in this country, and not a single prosecution, even though it's literally illegal. Ugh.") You've seen Amy Schumer's brilliant, edgy sketches on contraception and rape, and laughed along with them. You don't need Tits Mc Gee here to take you through it one more time. It's the same as when you say the word "environment". You are unlikely to get custody of your kids, and are three times more likely to commit suicide. Men, imagine if, some time around your 12th birthday, some manner of viscous liquid — let's say gravy — suddenly appeared in your pants, in the middle of a maths lesson. We're like, "THIS IS ALREADY A REALLY, REALLY SHIT DAY. Talking In the last year or so, we saw this study, from America, and it broke our hearts a bit, because it explains so much: in a mixed-gender group, when women talk 25 per cent of the time or less, it's seen as being "equally balanced". So we know even success, and money, will not protect us from the humiliation of simply being a woman. "Christ," Amis said, "that's sort of lad's mag talk — sort of more male than male." Obviously, I am noble enough to recognise that Amis is from an older generation — one whose women, by and large, did not feel comfortable discussing their sexuality in any great detail. And we fret about all this — appearance, clothes — because it matters. " We don't want to get into an argument, but we just can't see the logic in it.

Someone who fingered you said it was like diddling a Gonk. No mumbling Like you, we feel a bit embarrassed about saying the word "feminism". Because remember that patriarchy's bumming you as hard as it's bumming us. You, meanwhile, are unable to talk about your feelings lest you get punched in the nuts by "a lad" telling you not to be "a bender". Being a woman doesn't make "being a woman" any easier. It's like having an exploding, insane blood-bag of pain up in your business end — nothing really prepares you for when it all kicks off. The next, you're suddenly having to wedge a tiny Barbie mattress in your knickers, crying while you watch , and eating Nurofen Plus like they're Tic Tacs. Have you ever tried to scrub blood out of a Premier Inn sheet at 6am, using just travel shampoo and your toothbrush? We're not dealing with this in a special, noble lady-way. We've seen our biggest female role-models and icons shamed in the press, over and over: computers hacked and nude pictures released; sex-tapes released. One of the few times I have been personally offended was when Martin Amis commented on a column I wrote about female masturbation. You're just getting up in the morning, putting on your trousers and getting on with stuff. Male feminists We're embarrassed when other women say, "Men can't be feminists!

But like most humans, us fat people want people to love us for who we are, not for our bodies, or not because of our bodies.

My biggest complaint of the app is last names appear on profiles.

If you are a plus size or fat person, you know how difficult it is to date.

Tinder is notorious for its users fat shaming, and this video shows how people react to their real-life dates being bigger than what they expected. It was that video that inspired Woo Plus, an app exclusively for the plus size dating community.

It's the Lord's way of saying, "Go on, have a fiddle. And then, when you go out into the world, you won't be waiting for some bloke to come along and have sex on you. For instance, this person's profile uses terminology and size preference usually associated with fat fetishes: No one is judging people with a fat preference; however, the point of this app is for people to find a relationship, not to be fetishized.There are plenty other sites and apps for people who share the fetish.It appears the developers are working hard to make sure its users are treated with fairness and respect.The general community seems eager to find love in a safe space; therefore, I think this app is a wonderful idea and more should give it a chance.They have filters that crawl for keywords or phrases that usually indicate someone there just for a fetish fling.

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