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“I just don’t find big thighs or a big stomach appealing to me,” he says.
“I have friends who have girlfriends who are overweight and they’re lovely but I can’t see myself holding hands with a girl like that.
"Being with someone bigger just isn’t good for my image.
I’m not the fittest person and I don’t have a six-pack but I still eat well and maintain my health. It’s not hard to change your image and look and eat well and exercise if you really want to.
At the same time body positive models proudly show off their figures on billboards, a growing number of the opposite sex refuse to date anyone who doesn't look like a Love Island contestant.
Their outrageous views will incense women up and down the country, not least because the average dress size in the UK is 16.
"Because they’re on the large side, they don’t get enough attention so when they do get it, they eat you up and swallow you.
"I wouldn’t sleep with a bigger woman again – size 10 would be pushing it even.
“I need to be seen with a certain type of girl and she can’t be over a size 8,” he says. ” Reiss Smith, 33, a plumber from Hornchurch in Essex agrees.
"If a girl’s overweight it makes me think they can’t look after themselves or their own health, and so how are they going to look after me or even a potential kid one day?
” Zack - and others like him - will need tin hats to shield them from the wrath of women who will be appalled by their shallow outlook.
"Going out to eat was tricky too because food was so important and they’re the ones who have to choose and prioritise it.
"I’ve been single for a year and I am looking for love and seeking a spiritual connection, but they have to be a size 8 too.” While their reasons seem incredibly shallow, relationship psychologist Mairead Molloy, believes we shouldn't necessarily be so quick to judge.