(Telegraph) Women who lose weight more attractive than their slim counterparts
Women who have lost weight may have more success with men than ladies who have never been fat, new research suggests.
Researchers have found that the stigma of being fat lingers with women long after they have shed the pounds.
But for men this is a positive thing as they see larger women as more friendly, approachable and emotionally stable than their thin counterparts
Women on the other hand – perhaps annoyed by the extra competition – view former overweight girls in a negative light – continuing to see them as undisciplined, emotionally unstable and even unhygienic.