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More specifically, my sister said: The one thing this particular round of Family Feud does correctly is summarize many of the unfortunate myths our society perpetuates about fat people—specifically, fat men—and relationships.In keeping with TBINAA’s theme of fighting body terrorism in search of radical self love and acceptance, we will be looking at the various myths this episode lists, how they’re harmful, and how they are simply not true.I was tracking data, which made it easy to see what performed best.This one worked, probably because it hides the bulging stomach and the balding head." Whitney asks, laughing."No, but I think we're distant relatives," Nathan replies. I forgot how the connection was, but she knew everybody's name, and she was telling me how we're tied together somehow in our family, and I was like, 'What?'""I've been on some weird f--king dates before, but I've never dealt with this," she says.

Most of the first dates led to nothing: we didn’t have much in common. As a founder, I stubbornly believe that everything is within my power to fix, and that something could have been done differently to force the decision in my favor. That was my best first date on more than 150, ironically the only one that hadn’t been part of my rigid routine. On our 5th date, she said she wasn’t ready for a relationship. Having more matches increased my odds of finding someone interesting, but it also became an addiction....about the guy she recently started dating—they're related!In a preview for an upcoming episode, Whitney meets up with Nathan, whom she met online."Well, there's probably something I should share with you—very interesting information that I found out," Nathan says in the sneak peek."What, did you go to a psychic or something? I was telling my mom—she asked about the date, and I mentioned your name...You're cheeky and funny and just the sort of girl I would love to go out with if only my body and mind would let me. You stirred a dormant fear that every woman who was ever a teenage girl has – that it doesn't matter how funny you are, how clever, how kind, how passionate, how loyal, how determined or adventurous or vibrant – if you're a stone overweight, no one will ever find you desirable. I want to find the One, the special relationship that will last many years and multiply happiness. But I’m bad at small talk, and I jump too fast to intellectual conversations, making it awkward. I wanted to find the perfect match, so I wasn’t going to be an amateur about it.

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