But, Li says, the best option is for users to report inappropriate behavior or fetishization: "This is not the goal of this app, this is not what we're trying to do." And not all people with the fetish can or will be banned; there are plenty of thin people who admire bigger folks on Woo Plus.
Whether you're mind-numbingly bored, want to expand your current dating pool, or simply want to add yet another dating app to your repertoire, there are seemingly endless apps to choose from.
My favorite part of this app is how, for the most part, people were genuinely being nice.
There will always be the inappropriate or lewd comment, but mostly I saw a lot of people being kind, especially women being kind to other women, which I'm all about: I swiped right to everyone just to see what kind of messages I got.
The general community seems eager to find love in a safe space; therefore, I think this app is a wonderful idea and more should give it a chance.
I am so sick of fat people not thinking they can't or won't find love. People genuinely looking for compatibility, no fat shaming, creators anti-fetishization and taking steps to prevent it Not many users, limits in numbers of likes If you're a plus size individual and sick of the fat shaming and limitations from other dating apps, this is worth a try.
there are over 25,000 users with 2,000 new signups every day.