“‘Chubby chasing’ is as good as it gets,” muscle man Dan Oliverio explains in a new interview with the Huffington Post. “That contrast of body types in bed can be totally hot.”
At 6 feet and 225 pounds and with the ability to bench press 350, Oliverio is a fitness nut who could have his pick of men.
His preference? Chubby guys. In fact, the chubbier the better.
“I grew up living next door to a gay couple and lived in an arts dorm in college,” Oliverio says. “I’ve always been around gay people. … But I never wanted to hop in bed with one or put my dick up his ass, so I figured I wasn’t gay. I took years to figure out that fat made such a big difference in my sexuality.”
Oliverio believes that many gay men are closet chubby chasers, but they deny their desires for meatier men because of the stigma surrounding fat.
“Many other guys fight against it or think of fucking a fat guy as a guilty pleasure or, worse, a dirty secret,” he says. “Again, the stigma of fat.”
He knows this because he was once one of those men. For Oliverio, accepting that he was attracted to chubby guys took time.
“It took several long-term relationships that didn’t work out to show me just how important that physical aspect was,” he says. “I didn’t dump my ex because he wasn’t fat enough. Actually, he started the break-up process because he said that he didn’t feel like I was attracted to him.”
Surprisingly, because of his devilish good looks and near perfect physique, Oliverio says he can have trouble meeting chubby guys to date.
“Ever try to cruise a guy and have him ignore you and face the wall?” he says. “Lots of hot fat guys won’t even make eye contact with me, which makes it very hard to assess interest.”
But when he does meet a chubby guy and the two of them go out on dates together, it always brings him great satisfaction.
“When I’m out with a huge guy and we’re holding hands, people don’t care that much. If anything, they smile,” he explains. “Sometimes they even say, ‘You guys are such cute couple.’ I think it’s because deep down people want to believe that there really is someone for everyone. Maybe seeing a muscle hunk with a huge fat guy gives people hope.”
h/t: Leon Acord, Huffington Post