Overweight women who feel shame about their weight, however, tend to have less satisfying sex lives. The results suggest "fat women who are involved in the size-acceptance movement tend to have a better self-image and sexual relationships ," Gailey told LiveScience. Women in the study who said they had begun to embody fat pride reported finally having the confidence to end negative relationships and "retrain" their partners to satisfy them sexually. Despite the widespread attitude in many societies that fat bodies aren't sexy, plus-size women can have satisfying sexual relationships if they accept their bodies, a small study finds. Today, NAAFA is one of several size-acceptance organizations that target discrimination against fat people and challenge notions that only thin people can be attractive. However, 26 of the subjects 72 percent said that they had learned to accept their bodies, which had resulted in better romances. The remaining three women did not fit into either mold: One had a negative view of her body but a satisfying sex life, while the other two reported a lifelong positive body image, as well as a satisfying sex life. Those studies have shown that high levels of body self-consciousness dampen sexual pleasure, arousal, assertiveness and self-esteem, Gailey wrote in the July issue of the journal Fat Studies.
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