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Some 95% of men with an advanced degree said it was “essential” that their partner was “good looking” versus 77% of those with a high school education or less, and 84% of those men said it was essential that their partner was slender versus just 12% of those with a high school education or less. A depressing confirmation of the worst gender stereotypes that suggests the dating game has not progressed much in the last 100 years? But it may go back even further than that, back to a time when social status (in a modern sense) was not important, Frederick says.Neither gender may be shallow, he says, but may be making their choice of mate because of millions of years of evolution.Guys, no need to worry about meeting a biggie-size chick "down-sizing" to an 8 like when you're dating online. The hope is that they'll go to this speed-dating event and get off your dating site. It's very uncool to judge anyone for preferring anything, actually.So I'll close with a single word, open to interpretation: Wow. The message comes in many forms, but it's always the same: “You do Sometimes, the message is delivered via a flirty waitress at a restaurant who smiles at him while scribbling my order — it's straight out of a movie.Other times, the message comes from a smiling face that says, “You’re a VERY lucky girl…” Is that a backhanded compliment?On her blog, Plus Size Princess, Ce Ce Olisa has detailed everything from what it's like to be the only big black girl in a yoga class (fine, thanks!), to her adventures in plus-size dating in the Big Apple.

“What really surprised us was just how substantial this difference was between men and women,” says David Frederick, assistant professor in health psychology at Chapman University and a co-author of the study.

Now, the New York City transplant is lending her poignant, often-hilarious voice to R29. But, one of the hardest things about being in a “mixed weight” relationship is other people and their opinions (and projections).

While I don’t often hear comments about my weight when I’m alone, I do get a very strong message about my weight in the context of my dating life.

Body politics and dating are very tricky because people have opinions on who should be dating whom, but most of these opinions are often built on myths and judgments they subscribe to — even though they’d be too embarrassed to say them out loud. For some people, “fat” is synonymous with “ugly,” — I’ve been called “fatandugly” before, almost as if it was one word. That a woman must be smaller than the man she's with. Why don’t we ever give big men a hard time for dating slender women? As a big girl, I work so hard to manage my body image issues and I work even harder not to let those issues ruin my relationships.

I’ve seen too many of my Plus-Size Princesses convince themselves that they’re not worthy of certain types of guys, when that’s just not true.