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Some bigger gay men are sensitive about their weight and might bristle at being called a chub, but for most, it’s an easy way to identify their body type and find guys who like it (called “chasers”).
Chubs come in all shapes and sizes, from guys who are just a little thick to husky to fat to morbidly obese men—who are sometimes called superchubs.
Funny how that sounds like what most straight people said about gay people not too long ago! No, they wouldn’t be happier dating someone they aren’t attracted to.
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