Fat Woman Shut Out of Dating Service
April sent in this story of discrimination: a dating service flatly denied to help Roberta Traynor when she revealed her weight. The kicker? She's 5'5" and not even 200 pounds.
LunchDates (terrible name) owner Marty Sack put it bluntly: "I just don't have the people for everybody. Whether it's age or body type, religion, hobbies, if someone asked us for something we can't do we try to be honest about it." He's claiming there's no audience.
As April asked, if a dating service denies fat clients, is it just being "realistic"? Or is it discrimination?