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Polyamorous plus-size travel influencer who’s demanded free seats for fat fliers says ‘gym rats’ troll her on TikTok but proposition her for sex on Tinder

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A polyamorous plus-size travel influencer who’s demanded free airplane seats for fat fliers revealed that ‘gym rats’ that troll her on TikTok have also propositioned her for sex on Tinder

Jaelynn Chaney, 27, posted a video of herself strutting near an indoor pool in a white and green bikini, as she exposed ‘hardcore gym enthusiasts’ have been shaming her on social media, but ‘sliding into her Tinder messages every single day.’ 

In another video, the TikToker, also known as Jae Bae, who has amassed more than 136,000 followers, was seen kissing her fiancé in a hot tub as she revealed they are in a polyamorous relationship. 

In her clip about trolls reaching out to her on the dating app, Chaney walked with a confident smile as narration and the song ‘Nasty’ by Tinashe played in the background. 

‘You gym rats love to troll in my TiKTok comments, saying all kinds of things about bigger women. But guess what? Those same guys are sliding into my Tinder messages every single day,’ she said. 

Jaelynn Chaney, 27, posted a video of herself strutting near an indoor pool in a white and green bikini, as she exposed ‘gym rats’ that have been shaming her and ‘sliding into her Tinder messages every single day’ 

Chaney continued: ‘Make it make sense! Society wants to convince you that only one type of body is desirable, but the truth is far more interesting.’ 

‘Many guys, yes even those hardcore gym enthusiasts, are attracted to bigger women.’ 

‘You can keep projecting your insecurities in my comments, but it won’t change the facts,’ the influencer said. 

Commenters quickly flocked under her post and showed support for her. ‘It’s a fetish. I was bigger too and a lot of gym bros fetishized me,’ one wrote. 

Another said: ‘Literallyyyy they be all up in our dms but talk sh** face to face.’ 

Other commenters didn’t agree with her claim as one wrote:  ‘Wait until you learn that these guys have an extremely unhealthy fetish, unhealthy mainly for the people who fall for them.’ 

‘I’m going to call BS on this one,’ another said. 

In another clip, she showed a video of a woman and two men dancing as the men kissed each other and pulled the woman closer to them. 

The clip was followed with her and her fiancé kissing in a hot tub as she said: ‘When you have a ride or die but are polyamorous and want a BF too.’ 

In another clip, the plus-size travel influencer was seen kissing her fiancé and sharing that they are in a polymerous relationship

In another clip, the plus-size travel influencer was seen kissing her fiancé and sharing that they are in a polymerous relationship  

The influencer captioned the video: ‘Plus size, Polyamorous, and Queer,’ with a smirk face emoji.  

Chaney previously said that plane passengers should fund free seats for plus-sized travelers as she proudly sat without her oxygen tank after four years of flying with her breathing aid.    

She explained to her followers that she’d previously required supplemental air to ensure she could breathe comfortably in the pressurized plane cabin. 

In a video of her experience, Chaney held up her seatbelt and smiled as she demonstrated how much it is extended. 

Dramatic music played as Chaney pondered: ‘What if I have a medical emergency on the plane?’ 

She then asked: ‘What if I cause an emergency landing?’

But she stopped herself and announced: ‘No, forget that. No matter what they say, and no matter what it looks like, travel is for everybody.’

The video then showed Chaney being wheeled down an airport gate and onto the plane.

Then Chaney showed hoe much her seatbelt slackened while sitting in her seat.

Chaney also recently uploaded a video to her TikTok channel and showed how she flew  without her portable oxygen tank for the first time in four years

Chaney also recently uploaded a video to her TikTok channel and showed how she flew  without her portable oxygen tank for the first time in four years

The plus-sized influencer, who has over 136,000 TikTok followers, has previously called on the FAA to provide overweight individuals with up to three free seats when flying

The plus-sized influencer, who has over 136,000 TikTok followers, has previously called on the FAA to provide overweight individuals with up to three free seats when flying

In her caption, Chaney explained the context of her flight, recounting how for the past four years she has relied on ‘supplemental oxygen’ when flying.

‘It all started back in 2019 after a hospital stay where they suspected I had a stroke,’ Chaney wrote.  

‘Turns out, it was pulmonary hypertension, and I needed oxygen therapy ever since. Traveling just wasn’t the same anymore.’ 

She said that she went ‘from chasing waterfalls in Hawaii’ to ‘everything being so different.’

After conducting intensive research, the influencer struck on portable oxygen concentrators.

‘I shared my discoveries online, thinking this was going to be my new normal.’

But Chaney found portable oxygen concentrators to be ‘no walk in the park.’

She said that using the apparatus was ‘expensive, stressful, and downright scary.’ 

‘But guess what? I did it, and it went better than I could’ve imagined,’ she triumphantly wrote. 

Chaney, of Vancouver, Washington, also used the experience to explain how she was discriminated against by an employee at Seattle–Tacoma International Airport who refused to push her in a wheelchair because of her weight.

‘My ordeal at SeaTac Airport will shock you,’ she said in a TikTok. 

Chaney, who can walk, then detailed how she requested wheelchair assistance on a recent flight – as she always does. 

However, Chaney claimed that when she tried to deplane the aircraft, the employee assigned to help assist her started to walk away when she realized she was supposed to help the plus-size woman.

The travel influencer said that as the employee walked away with the wheelchair she was making comments about her size. Chaney said the ordeal left her gasping for air. 

Chaney created a Change.org petition in April, 2023, to demand that the FAA protects plus-size travelers. It has received more than 39,000 signatures

Chaney created a Change.org petition in April, 2023, to demand that the FAA protects plus-size travelers. It has received more than 39,000 signatures 

‘Even when I told her I really needed the chair and needed her to let me sit down in it she blatantly ignored me and kept walking,’ Chaney complained in the dramatic TikTok – which showed her walking up an airplane’s aisles. 

‘I was then forced to walk up one of the longest jet bridges I’ve encountered and she didn’t stop,’ the 27-year-old continued in her rant. 

By the time Chaney was finally allowed to reach the wheelchair and sit down, she claimed that her lips were white, her oxygen levels had dropped and she almost fainted. 

According to Chaney, by assuming that she could walk and not pushing her up the jet bridge – the employee was discriminating against the plus sized woman. 

Staying silent isn’t an option anymore,’ Chaney said of the ‘discrimination’ she faced. ‘If you’ve faced something similar, you’re not alone.’

She continued: ‘Discrimination is real, and I don’t want anyBODY else to ever experience something like this.’ 

Chaney recently documented a flight where she said that she was discriminated against by an employee at Seattle–Tacoma International Airport who refused to push her in a wheelchair because of her weight

Chaney recently documented a flight where she said that she was discriminated against by an employee at Seattle–Tacoma International Airport who refused to push her in a wheelchair because of her weight

Chaney also laid out a list of policies that would ensure that 'customers-of-size' are accommodated and treated with respect while flying, including asking the FAA to provide three seats to overweight individuals

Chaney also laid out a list of policies that would ensure that ‘customers-of-size’ are accommodated and treated with respect while flying, including asking the FAA to provide three seats to overweight individuals

Users in the comments were quick to show their support for the 27-year-old. ‘I’m so sorry honey,’ one wrote.

‘Sending positivity! No one should be discriminated against for their body or abilities,’ another wrote. 

Chaney created a Change.org petition in April, 2023, to demand that the FAA protects plus-size travelers.

The petition has now received more than 39,000 signatures. 

‘Air travel should be comfortable and accessible for everyone, regardless of size,’ she wrote on the Change.org page. 

‘As plus-size travelers, my partner and I have unfortunately experienced discrimination and discomfort while flying.’

Chaney also laid out a list of policies that would ensure that ‘customers-of-size’ are accommodated and treated with respect while flying. 

She has called for the FAA to provide three seats to overweight individuals when flying. 

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