Gay dating for fatties
The “used up” category is apparently for people who don’t take the body type issue all that seriously.And if you don’t want to be type-cast, you can just leave the space blank.If you do think chubby guys are sexy or you yourself are a man of the bigger variety, then please make yourself at home! We’re just putting that out there ;) That’s assuming that someone can’t love both! We know some are laser focused on finding a partner or husband they can grow old with. That means you’ll see lots of features you’re used to seeing on a social network like Facebook or Twitter (such as status updates, newsfeeds and following/follower relationships), but you’ll also see many features you might normally see on a dating/personals site (such as profiles with detailed information about your relationship and sexual interests, an easily searchable database and the ability to filter your network by your type).For a point of comparison, we’ve heard the same thing from gay friends who are “mainstream attractive” (e.g. Every date they’re on, they’re afraid the guy just likes their body and their looks and doesn’t care about them as people. Some chubs have loved the way they looked all their lives. We also know some are seeking out friends and want to build their belonging in the community. Because we blend two different models—social media and dating/personals—we offer a more social approach to dating that suits gay micro-communities.It’s a legitimate fear for anyone, but not all guys who like someone’s body are disinterested in their mind. Some have fought long and hard to learn to love their bodies. Our hope is that someday every guy, regardless of his size or looks, can come to think of himself as sexy, attractive and worthy of love. And yet others are really only interested in hooking up and sex. The best way to find out is to use the search and filter criteria, read profiles carefully and when in doubt, ask! When you're part of a sub-community like chubs and chasers are, your interests straddle two wants: To be a part of this community and to find individual relationships within it.
A younger, smaller bear is oftentimes called a “cub”.
Chasers can be any body type—from skinny to muscular to somewhat pudgy themselves.
Whenever a chubby guy is also a chaser, he’s typically called a chub for chub (or chub4chub in internet speak).
The term “bear” has gone mainstream as of late and its definition has certainly broadened!
Today, a bear is any gay or bi man who is hairy (from a little hair to full-on gorilla) and not skinny.