Yes, everyone has a preference. That's just human nature. The problem lies in there being preferences versus denying happiness due to how you are perceived by your peers. I believe it goes deeper than how heavy a person is too. I know that to some, they may be into say, black women, but would never openly date them or marry them out of fear of what their friends or family may say or do. In some cases they may even be disowned. Or they may be bullied for dating someone out of their class - the list is endless. I do think things are getting marginally better, but it's not enough. If you meet someone, you click, and there is mutual attraction, why not pursue things? Why not see where things go? Why are we so worried about what someone else thinks or what someone else sees? People spend a lot of time, energy, and money to impress other people. There are industries built on taking your money to make you appear better for a limited time. What happens when it's over? What happens when you aren't important anymore? You are left alone. The party is over, the money may be gone, and your bed is cold again. What if we made the start to begin working to make ourselves happy? Would we be better for it in the long run? Of course!
We all need to start having this conversation honestly, and let go of the fear of being judged by our peers. They may have the same desires but are too scared to admit it as well. I'm glad this video is going viral. Hopefully, there is more honesty in the media, and in our lives. We are all looking for the same thing - that connection. It shouldn't be hampered by any prejudice or fear.
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The video is a little over 7 minutes, but it is definitely worth watching the entire thing. How does it impact you? Is this opening dialogue within your circle of friends? Maybe your family? Let me know!