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For all the men that believed their body wasn’t good enough and then achieved the ideal body type they wanted. What changed in your life after that point? : AskMen
Everyone, and I mean EVERYONE, treats you differently. The weird thing is, no one will admit this.

Imagine being born on some alien planet, with blue skin. 10% of the population have green skin. People constantly say that blue and green are equal, that both are beautiful, and there's no difference in value, aesthetics, or the way you'll be treated. Except, everyone treats green people with more respect, offers them more affection and care, listens to them, notices them. They have more friends, and have no trouble finding a mate (or multiple). The whole time, people profess that both are equally valuable and valid.

This is what it's like being fat. When you lose weight, and become big and muscular (I'm a guy), literally EVERYONE treats you better. You get stared at, compliments, easy access to sex, people want to be your friend. Some studies even suggest physically attractive people are more likely to be offered jobs. You're more likely to be treated well by strangers. Women respect you AND desire you. Fat/skinny men might be negative out of jealousy but that's it. Most of them look to you for advice.

Yet, the whole time, people refuse to admit the difference.
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For all the men that believed their body wasn’t good enough and then achieved the ideal body type they wanted. What changed in your life after that point? : AskMen
Everyone, and I mean EVERYONE, treats you differently. The weird thing is, no one will admit this.

Imagine being born on some alien planet, with blue skin. 10% of the population have green skin. People constantly say that blue and green are equal, that both are beautiful, and there's no difference in value, aesthetics, or the way you'll be treated. Except, everyone treats green people with more respect, offers them more affection and care, listens to them, notices them. They have more friends, and have no trouble finding a mate (or multiple). The whole time, people profess that both are equally valuable and valid.

This is what it's like being fat. When you lose weight, and become big and muscular (I'm a guy), literally EVERYONE treats you better. You get stared at, compliments, easy access to sex, people want to be your friend. Some studies even suggest physically attractive people are more likely to be offered jobs. You're more likely to be treated well by strangers. Women respect you AND desire you. Fat/skinny men might be negative out of jealousy but that's it. Most of them look to you for advice.

Yet, the whole time, people refuse to admit the difference.
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2 days ago by ramitsethi

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