The app launched back in October but is now gaining momentum, with the creators telling Mashable earlier this month that 2,000 new users are signing up every day. Co-founders Neil Raman and Michelle Li told the Daily Dot that the idea for the app emerged after they watched a viral video showing men mocking a woman for her size. They were disappointed in how often this happens in the world of dating, especially when they both knew men who specifically wanted to date plus-size women. So they decided to create a space for plus-size women and the men with an appreciation for BBW (big beautiful women) to meet. You've spent nearly a decade working towards a certain career - so what does it feel like to start over again from scratch? The questions YOU ask during a job interview are just as important as the answers you give. In today?s overstretched, overscheduled world, we feel like we are constantly reacting and not really in control of our days. There are dating apps for Disney fans, dating apps for people who hate online dating, dating apps for tall people, dating apps for farmers and gluten-free dating apps. So as a 45 year old man with 10 recent relationships averaging 1.3years each its not exactly great stats for Jamie Foxx as a potential boyfriend.
If this was a real plus size dating website or phone app I honestly think that men would appreciate a site like this as much as women.
Personally I would love this information at the start but the question is would YOU be willing to provide it?
Kelly Glover is an Australian living in Los Angeles and created this plus size fashion blog as a place for curvy women to get info and advice on plus size dating, celebrity and fitness. Although (probably) well meaning , I still felt that its contents was a problem that that needs to be discussed, the e-mail read as follows:The press release that followed spoke heavily of the need for this style of dating app and consistently referred to “big girls and their admirers” throughout. WooPlus is more similar to Bumble in that if you match with someone on WooPlus, you only have 48 hours to message them before your match is lost forever. When she's not writing, you might find her scoping out all-day breakfast spots in her city or taste-testing every bottle of red wine under $10.

Places which are not about seeing or being seen, but about pure unadulterated joy of incredible food combined with attentive, deeply knowledgeable service. So it seems unbelievable that there?s never been a plus-size dating app until now.But finally WooPlus has landed. Hundreds of thousands of single plus size women would save hours of Facebook stalking guys trying to  figure out if they’re legit and worth dating. Take a moment to think about all those hours guys spend pouring over sport statistics for football players what about the game of love?
Online dating is so prevalent nowadays (we even gave three of our Brit + Co bachelors dating profile makeovers recently), and many of us have had our share of less-than-amazing experiences. It uses a model similar to Tinder, which is great because it means you can only interact with people you’re also interested in.
The dating app has been created for plus-size women and men who love curves, to fill the gap in the market for single women who often feel left out of the Tinder-esque dating scene.
Would they put themselves on the field based on their own ‘player’ statistics and expect to get picked up in the annual dating draft? The press release describes further how the app has a specific policy against fat shamers with permanent bans on “anyone who makes disparaging comments on another member’s appearance”. And while online dating is rough going for anyone, being plus-sized can often be an added challenge. You can specify your body type with everything from slim to average to thick — and much, much more. According to WooPlus?s co-founders, Neil Raman and Michelle Li, the inspiration behind the app came after watching a viral video which showed a social experiment in which men were set up with women they thought were thin.?There was a lot of mocking, and basically making her feel lesser of a person because of her size,? Li told The Daily Dot. A dating app to help combat the negative stigma surrounding plus-size women and lurve – surely that’s something I (as a plus-sized woman) should be happy about? But therein lies the problem.I’m sure that the creators of this app mean no ill harm and are only aiming to combat body image issues by pioneering this app.
But there are a number of things wrong with it that could contribute further to the negative sense of self that so many plus-sized women have become accustomed to.

Tinder as most of us know, relies on a match being made between two individuals depending on whether they ‘swipe’ left or right on their screens – but what is this match based on?
Let’s say it together now – physical appearance.With WooPlus comparing themselves to Tinder “but without the fat shaming fools” they are unintentionally citing appearance as being the main source for a love interest. Whilst many relationships are borne out of physical attraction, for women who have spent their whole lives being told that they aren’t attractive, good enough or desirable, it would be unfeasible to expect them to be comfortable with this aesthetic based means of finding a ‘date’.Not only this, but the descriptions of the app focus heavily on ‘plus-sized women and their admirers’.
This statement alone conjures up many problems that need to be brought to light: 1) Why aren’t plus-sized men and their prospective love lives being taken into account? Women aren’t the only people who desire love in their lives, men are often on the look out for a prospective relationship too. Eliminating men, plus-sized men particularly, from the equation snatches a space from them that they could be accepted into; 2) How do you define ‘admirers’?
Will there be a minimum or maximum size requirement, what about those who aren’t ‘straight sized’ but aren’t classed as ‘plus-size’? There are so many body types in the world that is it incredibly difficult to distinguish between what is categorised as plus-size and what is not. So what then, will happen to the women who are shunned by the real world for being too big, but upon discovering WooPlus are pushed away for being too small? 4) In spite of what many may think, plus-size women actually get their fair share of action.
The misconceptions surrounding bigger women stretches to their romantic endeavors, and I for one can say that many of us have not had an issue finding a partner or sustaining a relationship. All of this begs the question: is an app like this really needed, or indeed, wanted?WooPlus marketers further supported their app by stating that it is “actively addressing a sensitive social stigma for many people involved in online dating, which is the marginalisation of people with atypical bodies”.
Segregating plus-size women will only make us retreat from the mainstream once again, but we aren’t going to do that.

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