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In high school and college, I was the archetypal nerd. I was fat, I had few friends, I had obsessive interests that no one shared. The fact that she treated me with cruelty was something that I didn’t notice for years, I was so happy that anyone would have me.

After college, I ended up in a dull and unsatisfying job, and managed to meet someone who tolerated me enough to marry me.

Many of us are uncomfortable about our size so drawing attention to it — especially in a public place or as a greeting — doesn't make us feel more masculine, it makes us feel embarrassed. Just because it's true that men lose weight faster than women doesn't mean we all drop it by just not eating an entire pie at lunch. No one goes around saying "You look like a small-assed Kim Kardashian" or "You look like Drew Barrymore if she'd gained a little weight." None of us look like those celebrities anyway, so you don't need the qualifier.5. I don't want to go through exactly what my shopping experience is like, but if you've ever seen that episode of where Ross tries to get back into a pair of leather pants, it's just like that. Lots of stuff contributes to being fat other than a thyroid disorder. I am not allergic to leafy vegetables packed with fiber.

I know people are all "looks don't matter," but they totally do. "I'm just trying to help." Listen, I'm going to share a harsh truth with you here: People know they're fat. "You're just big-boned, man." The bones in my butt and stomach are particularly large, yes.

I know plenty of guys who struggle with their weight while also trying to eat healthy and exercising.4. Like stress and societal pressure and not being able to fit on the rides at the amusement park (which leads to more stress). What I am allergic to is people gently suggesting I might try a salad when we go to a restaurant. I also don't consume entire baskets of bread at home, but if I'm at the Cheesecake Factory, you'd better believe I'm going to town on the rolls.11. " As opposed to now when I look like an actual monster that crawled out from under someone's bed? In fact, so many dudes care about how they look that eating disorders and body dysmorphia are on the rise. I'm not saying that men are as violently shamed for not fitting a certain ideal as women are, but there's definitely pressure for us to look like the dudes on TV and also Channing Tatum.

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