I don’t think that they even considered the concept that someone could be fat and still happy.
But here’s what happened when I opened up about it on Facebook …
Oh yeah, she said it! This week women were tweeting about cats, safewords and ‘nice guys’.
Body shaming women is no way to make money and the marketing department should be ashamed.
Wake up: you don’t get to decide what I can and can’t wear.
Content Warning: Child sexual abuse and sexual assault.
I’ve learned that someone else’s opinion of my body doesn’t matter.
“You have Stage 4 Lipedema. It’s a rare fat disease. Your bottom half told me.”
I don’t need a pat on the back for acknowledging something that’s already obvious.
Overweight customers break the chairs, claims the owner.
‘A-list songwriters are reluctant to give Kesha their songs because of her weight.’
Skinny-shaming is not okay, but neither is dismissing fat-shaming.