Yet it’s not all so easy-going here, especially for Scottish singles.Not famous for our romanticism, a growing number of Scots are still looking for the partner that helps them get the most from life.If you scrape through the layers of trolling, though, Tuthmosis' logical basis for declaring short-haired women “damaged” is pretty interesting.And, invariably, a girl who has gone through with a short cut – and is pleased with the changes in her reception – is damaged in some significant way.For a country small in size, Scotland more than compensates with its vast natural beauty, distinct culture and world-leading gastronomy. And if you’re looking for a Scottish dating site that helps you find the best of them, look no further.The clichéd image of Scottish life might look rosy; enjoying the outdoors, dancing up a storm at ceilidhs and topping it all off with a dram or two of local whisky.
Black women’s hair has always been big business and some women are opting to continue to wear hair straightening relaxers, experiment with hair colour, and flaunt weaves and extensions.In my travels as a love columnist and self-esteem coach, I hear a common refrain.Women with natural hair are complaining that men are not attracted to their afro-textured coifs, and women with synthetic weaves and chemically straightened hair are complaining that men are repelled by the artifice.According to the Daily Record Lucy shared screen grabs of her sister's messages on Facebook writing: 'Ok, so my sister messaged someone on an online dating site (Plenty of Fish) just to say hi..got this (apparently "on file") reply regarding his choice of not going for "older and over weight" women. .'He continued: 'I was also specific about weight as I have never been attracted to big women.However, since moving to Scotland and going on POF I have learned that 'average body type' is commonly held to be around dress size 14-16.