Overweight Women have revealed what it is really like to be the self-described ‘fat friend’ in their group.
Taking to anonymous confessions app Whisper, women opened up about how they are treated within their friendship groups – and how they view themselves.
Many were keen to put an end to misconceptions about what their lives might be like, explaining that men are often more attracted to them than their ‘skinny friends’.
However like many women, some were also struggling with issues of self-esteem, with one describing herself as a ‘potato’.
Another wrote: ‘It feels good to have a woman compliment me after years of being the fat friend.’
Positive message: Self-described ‘fat friends’ shared their experiences in anonymous posts
In demand: Many wanted to correct the misconception that men found them less attractive
Secrets: This woman confessed that she was pleased when she saw her friends gain weight
Hidden benefits: This woman pointed out that men buy you drinks with no strings attached
Body beautiful: Many women showed how they embraced their bodies and fuller figures
Priorities: Some ‘fat friends’ claimed they were also the ‘funniest’ member of their group
Sexually active: This woman made a link between her friends’ figures and their sex lives
Fulfilled: This woman is proud of the role she sees herself playing within the friendship group
Lots to offer: Some of the women pointed to their positive qualities, like their sense of humour
‘Confidence is key’: Most argued that looks are only second to how you feel about yourself
Credit: Whisper App and Daily mail
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