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“I was also specific about weight as I have never been attracted to big women.
“However since moving to Scotland and going on POF [Plenty of Fish] I have learned that ‘average body type’ is commonly held to be around a dress size 14/16.
Or, if you’re into chubby prospects, you can filter everybody else out.
Ok Cupid said singles are going to size up their date prospects according to what they consider physically attractive anyway, so the site is doing nothing different from what goes on in bars and clubs.
But outraged critics said the body-type filter is a form of online discrimination.
Don’t want your Web dating service matching you up with any fatties? Ok Cupid.com, which bills itself as “The best dating site on Earth,” is now allowing users to filter their prospects by “body type.” The 9-year-old site, whose basic service is free, is charging a filtering fee, of .95 to a month, for its A-list members.You always have the choice to experience our sites without personalized advertising based on your web browsing activity by visiting the DAA's Consumer Choice page, the NAI's website, and/or the EU online choices page, from each of your browsers or devices.To avoid personalized advertising based on your mobile app activity, you can install the DAA's App Choices app here.Some gave the site a shot again, hoping fellow users might not see them as the "fatties" others had. Maintaining those standards is what the site is about, Hodge said, and that's why people were expelled. "Their re-applications were reviewed by existing members, and only a few hundred were voted back in. Hodge admits, and has admitted from the time his company started, that his site may not be fair, but people want to date someone they are attracted to. Yes, it is, because our members want it to be," Hodge said when the company started out in 2005. "Every year we see that some of our members from Western cultures eat and drink to excess over the holidays, and clearly their looks suffer," he said in a statement.