Seriously. Part of the issue is that there are no suitable and healthy partners. Obesity's a disease. The threshold for Epidemic is a hair over 7%. We've crossed 70% Overweight or Obese in the United States. Seventy. Can't throw a stone without hitting a fatty, shuffling their way along. And if you take a look at the bell curve, it isn't like it's a double hump with a normal hump in the 'normal' zone. Nope, everyone's clustered up towards the top of the 'normal' range, as you might expect.
You're down to 30% of the population for a dating pool for your first criteria- oh, wait, sorry, 15% if you're heterosexual. Within the "age range"? Oh boy. Even worse.
You're already down to a very small single-percentage of people who you'd consider "attractive" from the word "go." Considering how important attraction is to a successful marriage (and having successful, healthy kids who don't come out all messed up), and it's little wonder our marriage rates are absolutely plummeting.
If we all kept having families and weren't all fat, it'd be a quite different story. I moved from the top country in terms of obesity to a country ranked 44th in the obesity rates. The difference is night and day. All around me are attractive, stunningly beautiful people who would stop traffic. They're not predicated towards beauty, their faces and bodies aren't covered up by fat. It's amazing to think of what everyone should look like as being considered "unobtainably" beautiful.
Worse, when you are thin, you're treated as a desirable commodity, a separate species that is attractive yet also enviable. 'Privileged' in the worst kind of way, and yet most are unrepentant. That it's accomplished through hard work shows what silliness the whole notion of privilege is, but it's of no matter to any activist.
Forget all excuses. Make yourself fit and fly away to somewhere nice. Abandon this sinking ship. I was in Delaware for so long, and I hated it.