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I went shopping today. I ended up with this dress for my cruise. I can’t wait to go. My first cruise and it will be a week long. :-D Taking mini me for her birthday. I’m super excited.
I found a few other cute dresses, I might post them later. But I was feeling some what beautiful today. :-D
I’ve plenty of ups and downs today though.. It’ll get better. And I need a new friend. One who won’t judge me.
It is okay to be fat, it’s okay to be a little bigger than most…but when you weight more than your body frame can handle then you’re not healthy and should be fighting to become so instead of fighting for ‘representation’ as if you were born to be obese.
You’re NOT a minority group.
You were NOT born obese.
You are NOT helping anyone by encouraging obesity.
Get your delusions under control and take some personal responsibility.
You don’t decide what weight my body can ‘handle’.
“It’s okay to be fat…unless” means that you really don’t think it’s okay to be fat in any circumstances, let’s be real.
You don’t decide my health, and you can’t determine my health by looking at me. The only thing you determine by looking at my body is your own personal prejudice against fat people. You don’t have my medical records and you don’t know my family history of disease.
You don’t decide at which point fat stops being ‘acceptable’. Speaking of delusions, I think you have some delusions of grandeur since you seem to think your opinion actually matters.
No one is encouraging obesity, we’re just asking to be treated like human beings which is a crazy concept, I know. I think you’re confusing fat activists with ‘chubby chasers’ , because those are the people ‘encouraging’ obesity. That isn’t fat acceptance, that’s fat objectification.
Fat is not inherently unhealthy. Fat is not inherently unhealthy. Fat is not inherently unhealthy.
My health is not my worth.
Take some personal responsibility by just shutting your mouth the next time you think you’re saying some enlightening shit about fat bodies.
Nothing you had to say here is :
1. Factually accurate
2. Anything fat people have never heard before
3. Fixing anythingSource: debramagnified
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Here’s a little talk about the “Obesity Epidemic”. There isn’t one. That’s right, you heard me.
There is no obesity epidemic.
What happened was the BMI for a “healthy” weight was dropped from 27 to 25, there by making 30 million Americans fat literally overnight. Even if you factor in those who have gained weight, the average weight gain is 7-9 pounds.
Not only is there no epidemic, the weight gain that did occur has hit a plateau, according to government statistics obesity rates for women have leveled off and been stable since 1999. The same is true for men (stable since 2003) and children, also stable since 1999.Source: