The majority of males prefer women who appear to be models rather than those who appear to be large or heavy. In order to get that desired physical form, many women have gone to extreme lengths to ensure that men will pursue them as they had hoped.
She turned to her Instagram account to criticise males who approach her today and question if she's single just because she's working on her physique. Uriel was a former Big Brother contestant who appeared on the show in 2011. For the past five years, she claims, she has been virtually single, with no male ever approaching her to say hello.
She's gotten a lot of attention now that she's shed the pounds. According to her, "In order to get rid of a health problem, I needed to lose some weight.
Rather than focusing on being thin (which is not my goal), I want to emphasise the importance of being healthy." In the end, she stated
It doesn't matter if you're fat or skinny; there's always a man out there who appreciates you just the way you are, regardless of your appearance. But, don't lose hope in yourself; continue to exercise whenever possible and follow her diet recommendations.
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