Neil Raman, the app's San Francisco-based CEO, told the Mirror: 'The unfortunate reality is that the current dating environment is very cruel to bigger girls.' He was first exposed to the issue by his sister who was having trouble in the dating world.
A criticism that apps geared towards a niche group of people often receive is that they are fetishizing the members, however, the makers of this curvy-friendly app insist that it is dedicated to creating a comfortable and safe space.
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'They're doing something to empower women, to inspire women, to make us feel better about ourselves, rather than play on our insecurities to try to sell a certain lifestyle or product.
century, the garter belt was first introduced to the world of lingerie as a way for ladies to attach stockings to their corsets.
But as she stars in a new Aerie campaign— totally unretouched, mind you — the 25-year-old gets emotional as she talks about finally being viewed as beautiful, just the way she is.'I wanted to be part of this campaign so much because I was told that I wasn't good enough and I could never make it,' she says in a new video as she breaks into tears.
'And then Aerie told me that I was beautiful because I was me.''You don't need to be retouched, 'cause the real you is beautiful.