Men and Women treat Weight Watchers about the same. I think Weight Watchers meetings are alot like church.
There are the "do gooder" dieters who sit on the front row, and the naughty dieters that arrive late and sit in the back row.
The diet "minister" steps up to the podium and opens the service with a request for testimonies from the dieters.
One by one the dieters would stand up and share the trials, tribulations and triumphs over overeating. Some dieters listening feel so in agreement with what they hear they reply, "Yes," and sometimes, "Amen".
The diet "minister" shares a little homily about how to say no to the evils midnight snacks, Big Macs and Little Debbie Cake treats.
They take an offering of the dues required.
Next, the "confessional area" with the scale is then opened for the dieters.
They file to the back area where the sin or success of the week is weighed out on a scale.
Dieters try little tricks to fool the scale, but the scale never lies. Some dieters spend a little extra time confessing that lapse of the faithful to someone with a clipboard next to the scale. Admonitions are given, and promises to do better are given.
The faithful and the failing file out of the Sanctuary of Slimming Down, and the same thing happens next week, but more people show up in January.