By afraid of flying too - 24/06/2013 23:24 - Canada - Fort Saint John
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That's horrible. I hope he falls off his broom and onto his face.
Maybe take one of your close friends or maybe a family member with you instead? Hope it works out for you in the end, OP! He sounds like he was a complete douchebag anyways!!
Go without him! And if you think you look good in a bikini then wear it! His opinion isn't worth shit.
7, I'm afraid there are far too many big women out there with that mentality, and it only serves to make everyone else throw up a little in our mouths. There is a difference between being confident and simply ignoring the facts. That said, it is unlikely that OP falls into the second category and should therefore be confident in how she looks.
I agree with being confident but people should dress for their age/weight/self respect. "It doesn't mean that it's in your size that you should wear it." I adhere to this rule as well. I am thin but I don't wear the booty shorts that crawl up my vag just because it's my size. There is a difference between dressing confident and dressing like a slutbag/not wearing enough/wearing something way too tight. Just my two cents over here.
But not too many big men? If you think that should be a rule, at leats try being a little bit less sexist and shame the unattractive males too. People have no obligation to present themselves in a way YOU find pleasing. Stop pretending that you are somehow more important than others and that you have some right to be surrounded only by women you find attractive. You don't, but everyone actually do have the right to do whith their own body as they wish. That includes choosing one's own wardrobe, regardless of size.
Well men tend not to wear bikinis or shorts that reveal the whole thigh, so it's not sexism, it's simply not an issue worth addressing. And theirs a difference between people in my surrounds not being "attractive" and being downright immodest and disgusting. They're free to do it, sure, but we're free to complain and hate them for it. Our opinion is that they shouldn't do it, not that they lack the freedom to do so.
I've seen many obese men walk around with no shirt on. I don't care about their legs when the entire upper part of their body is naked. Does everyone want to see that? No. But they have the right to wear or not wear whatever they choose. If you don't like it, look somewhere else.
Tell him to Quidbitchin about his dumbass tournament and snitch up a real keeper to take with you on that trip.