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It was a personal priority to make sure I included up-to-date full length photos so when I showed up in person my date actually got what they’d seen online. My authenticity wasn’t always reciprocated but I could sleep well at night back at Melrose Place.
I also did things to bust this big booty out of my comfort zone.
I’m not just talking about the big time global dating sites either.
I also tried niche plus size sites, sugar daddy sites, interracial sites, and even a random one where the guy pays you to date them!
"People find this tricky as it can mean letting go of your expectations.
On the flip side, you're stepping into something much more authentic," Schilling said. ' "People find what they thought were deal-breakers are actually preferences, and won’t actually matter at all if everything else in place." Finally, Schilling advises people to figure out their dating strategy, and to approach it both online and offline.
I even launched my own 50 Fat Dates project as a way of documenting my experience in the plus size dating world. The only thing that was different was the location. My apartment was two blocks from the Hollywood Walk of Fame and was like living in a real-life Melrose Place situation.
The guy next door was a drag queen, another neighbour was a romance novelist/ science professor/female bodybuilder, the guy above me worked for movie studio, there was a photographer, bass guitarist, actor, luxury car salesperson and me. I was in the centre of the world’s biggest dream factory, but the reality was I was crafting my own dream through 50 Fat Dates.
The fact that Australia doesn’t have a dating culture doesn’t help either.
Beverly Hills’ rolled up next to me in the The Beverly Centre parking lot, ‘The Mamas Boy’ flashed me his gold grill at a fashion show, and ‘The Plumber’ literally knocked on my door to fix the toilet. “Surely these guys only date you because they think you’re desperate and will sleep with anyone.” I hear some of you say. In Australia I’m always the butt of the joke – but in LA I was just a chick with a fabulous big butt (it took me decades to be able to acknowledge that).