Letter to a Stranger 11th Edition

18 Jun

Dear Producer of More to Love,

What the hell?!

FOX is setting out to prove that love comes in all shapes and sizes with the new inspirational dating competition series MORE TO LOVE. Executive-produced by Mike Fleiss (”The Bachelor,” “The Bachelorette”), the unscripted series follows a single average guy with a big waist and an even bigger heart as he romances several confident and secure plus-size women. Each week, the husky hunk will wine and dine a group of curvy women to determine if they have more love to give or if they are truly more than he can handle. When the size of competition narrows, he will have to decide if one full-figured lady will become his true love.

“This is a dating show that sends the right message about embracing and loving yourself no matter your shape or size,” said executive producer Mike Fleiss. “When you are comfortable with your own body, you can really allow yourself to be open to the possibility of finding the right person to love.”

Being a “full-figured lady” myself I am so offended by this show it’s not even funny. You say it’s a show that will send the right message about size and love and yet the only message I’m getting is if you’re a little bigger than average then you will only be able to date an “average guy with a big waist”. And better yet, if you are trying to send a message about being confident about the way you look then why the hell is this a completely separate dating show? Why aren’t you casting curvy women on The Bachelor or putting husky men on The Bachelorette?

I can guarantee you that no self respecting woman (or man for that matter) will sit through this.

This is the edited version of what I really want to say to you,



One Response to “Letter to a Stranger 11th Edition”

  1. Leslie June 18, 2009 at 2:59 pm #

    And that is why I think we share the same brain. I was extremely offended by their commercials and the idea behind this show.

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