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But then she reads "slender" or "athletic and toned" for their preferred body type. "It literally happens every day on that site," said Hyde, 33, who works in public relations in Daytona Beach, Fla. I am who I am." The dating show "More to Love" suggests that love comes in all shapes and sizes, but plus-size singles say their weight sometimes gets in the way of finding love online, even though two-thirds of Americans are overweight or obese.
No wonder some women lie on their profiles, choosing a "few extra pounds" instead of "heavyset" or posting photos from younger, thinner years.
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