You are welcome!
I do agree with you sexual preferences do play hard on those that don't fit societal "norms". It is very hard, and what I have learned as I gained "life experience" is that the shape and curves and view of a person's body is a small attribute in what makes a hot and passionate and amazing relationship.
The good from metoo and everything is men are learning to be better. The bad is this will take quite a bit of time, and the only way one becomes proficient is through experience.
This leads to a lot of thirsty people, and also quite a few people with zero tolerance attitudes which means a lot of lonely people.
Nothing repels sexual intimacy like a lack of confidence or desperation.
The real "sucky" part of this whole situation as women gain power, access and independence (yeah go team woman), they will learn what quite a few privileged men find out.
It is extremely lonely and as people (rightfully mind you) raise their standards, they find out the pool that fits those standards is wickedly small.
There are articles out there which you may find interesting on the rise of "femcels", that falls into groups of women who don't have the pretty privilege.
It just sucks IMO for both sides of the gender house.