Attention plus-size ladies frustrated with other dating apps, Woo Plus is here: an app specifically for “Plus-size singles and their admirers.” Woo Plus features women and men of all shapes – but primarily plus-size – in the hopes that a specialized app will make it easier for people to find their perfect match, especially for people who are ignored on dating sites because of their size. I decided to solve this problem and create an app just for big girls.” Along with his sister’s experience, Raman got the idea for Woo Plus from a social experiment posted on You Tube in 2014, where one girl shocked a series of Tinder dates when she showed up wearing a fat suit, looking around 70 lbs. The video quickly racked up 23 million views, and the guys’ rude reactions showed how hard it can be to date when plus-size.“Marginalization of people with atypical bodies is still a sensitive social stigma for many people involved in online dating,” co-founder Neil Raman tells PEOPLE. So Raman, along with co-founder Michelle Li, built a Tinder-like interface where users can also swipe yes or no to the plus-size singles.It is free to:* View profiles with photos and complete profile info.* Are You Interested - Swipe to meet shapely singles.* Keep track of who’s viewing your online profile.* View and rate your Daily Matches.
’ She thought the existence of Woo Plus would only ‘make us retreat from the mainstream once again,’ ” Han says.
“But just as we had promised, we just want to provide a comfortable dating platform connecting big girls and their true admirers.” Woo Plus wants to show that they’re trying to help the plus-size community, not tear them down.
“Tinder relies on a match being made between two individuals depending more on physical appearance.
As a result, there haven’t been many positive remarks made by plus sized users,” Becky Han, a member of the marketing team explains.
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