I have a right to be choosy.
I can choose who kneels for me…
who kisses my heels…
who worships my body…
and more importantly who serves me.
Just because I’m fat doesn’t mean I don’t get to be choosy.
I’ve mentioned before that I have a strict age preference for the men I want to serve me. For some reason this gets overlooked on a daily basis. I am looking for someone who can adequately serve me and whom is also atheistically pleasing to me. The age restriction I have enforced seems to be the average limit of when I stop thinking men above that age are attractive. Again this just my preference. Not to mention men above this age don’t really have much in common with me. And yes there are exceptions to every rule but I’m speaking in a manner of generally this is what I want.
Recently on Collarme I told a sniveling 52 year old man-child that he was well above my age limit and he got snarky, down right rude if I’m putting it plainly:
“You’re lucky a man of my submissive stature even wrote you. Plus you’re fat, you should be happy that I’m even offering my service.”
I’ve been called fat, chunky, round, pudgy and everything in between before. It wasn’t the “F” word that got me pissed. It was his naive assumption that because I am plus size, I don’t have many options. His idea that I should be grateful for the few scraps of affection I do get from any male gendered individuals because I am after all grotesque.
I encountered this often when I was dating vanilla men as well. No one should be considered “lucky” to have someone of the opposite sex acknowledge them. No one is above anyone else.
In case it needs to be said directly: Fat girls aren’t desperate. Despite common misconception.
We just aren’t.
I never write about my size because it’s not a hindrance for me but it seems to be a hindrance for other people and honestly, that’s their problem not mine.
I just wanted to let my lovely readers see why some men just aren’t submissive material—or for that matter getting-to-know-them material.
Now, I will take my fat ass to bed.