Dating site bans overweight people
The service looks pretty good, but it still needs time to improve, grow, and let you flow.
The only question is whether you want to take advantage of Facebook's obvious advantages in helping you find romance or not.In a sweeping move for equine rights, the Greek island of Santorini has formally banned “obese” tourists weighing over 220 pounds from riding local donkeys, after outcry from animal rights activists won international media attention and backlash in recent months.In July, the animal rights group Help the Santorini Donkeys began petitioning for a weight restriction for donkey riders, as increasing numbers of overweight tourists have been reportedly opting to ride – not walk – up the steep hills of the popular cruise ship destination.One reason people like shopping on Amazon because it offers more choices in most categories than other retailers. Facebook is smart in that it's making the Dating feature completely separate from the life you already have on Facebook.You'll have a whole other profile that you create for Facebook Dating, one that only uses your first name.
Of course, tastes differ, but our society still has not got mature enough to celebrate curves, so fat males and females are either fetishized or rejected.