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Rebloggable by request!


    Rebloggable by request!

  2. The problem we have is not “weight bias”


    Its the creation of an alternative fiction that is supposed to replace reality.

    When the authorities insist, if you exercise and eat a balanced diet you’ll be slim. That is wishful thinking. It is a fiction they claim to be true. It makes things neat, simple and wrong.

    It requires the belief that slim people eat certain kinds of things and not others. And that fat people eat other kinds of things that slim people do not eat. 

    And slim people are active, fat people inactive.

    If anyone wants to eat what for them is a balanced diet, all well and good. They may remain the same, lose weight they may even become slim. But it is also true that eating a diet made of of overly processed foods, can also co-exist with becoming fatter, thinner or neither.

    Certainly, not being particularly active doesn’t necessarily make you fat/ter or stop you from becoming slimmer, nor does activity necessarily lessen your weight.

    We have all participated in this experiment, especially fat people. We’ve tested whether years or even a lifetime of calorie restriction and increased expenditure will make you slim.

    This is the result. The so called ‘obesity’ crisis fat haters are whining about.

    Anyone denying that, is engaging in delusion. That’s asserting fantasy in the face of reality, that’s what its called.

  3. Poor nutrition and a sedentary lifestyle do cause health problems, in people of all sizes. This is why it’s so fucking crucial to separate the concept of “obesity” from “eating crap and not exercising.” The two are simply not synonymous — not even close — and it’s not only incredibly offensive but dangerous for thin people to keep pretending that they are. There are thin people who eat crap and don’t exercise — and are thus putting their health at risk — and there are fat people who treat their bodies very well but remain fat. Really truly.
    — Kate Harding (via lavenderlabia)

    (Source: kateharding.net)

  4. 11:49 12th Jul 2012

    Notes: 185833

    Reblogged from stophatingyourbody

    Tags: fat acceptanceart

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“Wrong Century” — Brilliant illustration by artist Tomas Kucerovsky depicting the fate of plus-size beauty in the modern age.


    “Wrong Century” — Brilliant illustration by artist Tomas Kucerovsky depicting the fate of plus-size beauty in the modern age.

  5. lacigreen:

    from the latest Sex+: Fat Shame

    (Source: katherinemayfair)

  6. stophatingyourbody:

    Fat Shame, by the indomitable Laci Green. (her other videos are just as amazing as this one—check them out!)

    Weight is not an indicator of health, and even if it were, shaming someone for the fat that is on their body will NOT make them any healthier, physically or mentally. Shame. Doesn’t. Work.

    It doesn’t matter if you don’t think someone’s healthy, or attractive, or thin enough for your standards. Other people’s bodies are NOT for you to judge.




  7. To me the question isn’t “Is she overweight?” – as if there is some weight at which one deserves to be the butt of jokes – I think the question is “Why is this important?”