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” Another important thing to note is the app’s tagline — “Big girls, you’ve got more admirers than you think” — as well as its use of phrases like “Real women have curves.” However, others feel that it’s important to create a space specifically for plus-size women in the dating world.
“We know [the] Tinder format works, so why not take it into more specific space?
” Ce Ce Olisa from Plus Size Princess told As for the Woo Plus team, they’re insisting that their main priority is creating a safe space.