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Reblogged from scientiasexualis
scientiasexualis:

happy—healthy-lifestyle:

I understand the whole body image thing and society. but promoting clearly overweight people is promoting something unhealthy. So instead of putting overweight people on pedestal lets focus on the over weight ladies and men who realise there size is unhealthy are are doing something about it.

Love it when my “SPEAK OUT AGAINST FAT-SHAMING” poster gets fat shamed.

This poster is fabulous.

scientiasexualis:

happy—healthy-lifestyle:

I understand the whole body image thing and society. but promoting clearly overweight people is promoting something unhealthy. So instead of putting overweight people on pedestal lets focus on the over weight ladies and men who realise there size is unhealthy are are doing something about it.

Love it when my “SPEAK OUT AGAINST FAT-SHAMING” poster gets fat shamed.

This poster is fabulous.

(via culturalrebel)

Reblogged from thisisthinprivilege
thisisthinprivilege:

Thin privilege isn’t having articles about people like you illustrated with pictures of fatty foods instead of, you know, people like you.
Because obesity = ice cream cake. Obviously!
Article is here.
-ArteToLife
Note: Not to mention the screamingly bad fatphobia in the article, where the blatant attempt to socially engineer fat people using health-like propaganda is tortuously evident.

Thank you for saying this ATL isn’t it just? What disgusts me the most about using “research” to prompt behaviour and give fat people scripts is the continued degradation of academe that’s so prevalent in the ‘obesity’ field. These people don’t respect or believe in anything, they just see tools for acquiring knowledge and learning in terms of how they can manipulate and maintain control over people. 
We can look forward to fat drones in the media insisting they stopped hating themselves because of the AMA, buuuut, they’re having to reconsider because they no longer take responsibility for their ‘obesity’.
And/or reports about “increased costs” from those who feel good about themselves versus those who feel like shit etc.,The number one rule of fat phobes is that they will hawk any belief, press any cause, sell out anything to keep on with this. People talk about the surveillance state but what about an elite who wants to replace your experience, your consciousness with their bullshit version?

thisisthinprivilege:

Thin privilege isn’t having articles about people like you illustrated with pictures of fatty foods instead of, you know, people like you.

Because obesity = ice cream cake. Obviously!

Article is here.

-ArteToLife

Note: Not to mention the screamingly bad fatphobia in the article, where the blatant attempt to socially engineer fat people using health-like propaganda is tortuously evident.

Thank you for saying this ATL isn’t it just? What disgusts me the most about using “research” to prompt behaviour and give fat people scripts is the continued degradation of academe that’s so prevalent in the ‘obesity’ field. These people don’t respect or believe in anything, they just see tools for acquiring knowledge and learning in terms of how they can manipulate and maintain control over people.

We can look forward to fat drones in the media insisting they stopped hating themselves because of the AMA, buuuut, they’re having to reconsider because they no longer take responsibility for their ‘obesity’.

And/or reports about “increased costs” from those who feel good about themselves versus those who feel like shit etc.,

The number one rule of fat phobes is that they will hawk any belief, press any cause, sell out anything to keep on with this. People talk about the surveillance state but what about an elite who wants to replace your experience, your consciousness with their bullshit version?

Reblogged from ba-in-bs
'obesity' is the coup d'etat that has happened within every fat person. fat acceptance seeks restitution through a counter (internal) revolution.

'obesity' is the coup d'etat that has happened within every fat person. fat acceptance seeks restitution through a counter (internal) revolution.

Reblogged from environmentalillnessnetwork
Notice she avoids saying “Fat people have been trying to tell us diet’s don’t work and we wouldn’t listen.”
When everyone thought we were to blame. It was easy to blame. Now they’re realizing its not simple, there’s no apology nor mea culpa. 
I want every fat person to grasp the full magnitude of their honour. I want them to accept it fully and act from that knowledge always.
We took the blame. We accepted responsibility and sought to make amends. All of us.
Never forget that again, ever.

Notice she avoids saying “Fat people have been trying to tell us diet’s don’t work and we wouldn’t listen.”

When everyone thought we were to blame. It was easy to blame. Now they’re realizing its not simple, there’s no apology nor mea culpa.

I want every fat person to grasp the full magnitude of their honour. I want them to accept it fully and act from that knowledge always.

We took the blame. We accepted responsibility and sought to make amends. All of us.

Never forget that again, ever.

Reblogged from eloisebecomeshealthy-deactivate

Overeat mostly free 2014

eloisebecomeshealthy:

Intuitive eating is teaching me so much but I still struggle with boredom eating. 

I think the TV, the Internet (hours of scrolling), and sitting on my backside for too long is causing the boredom.

I just need to figure out what stops the boredom:

  1. Sudoku,
  2. Walking,
  3. Attempting Yoga,
  4. Reading,
  5. Jogging,
  6. Cross Stitching,
  7. Listening to Music (not for long),
  8. Face masks,
  9. DVDs,
  10. Sewing in general.

I need to remember these next time I nearly overeat!

11. Stop hating yourself. 

12. Being able to read your thoughts and reactions more honestly, because you’re not trying to suppress them.

13. Overcoming negative feelings about your body-thereby liberating yourself to explore more of what it can do.

14. Not continuously apologizing for your own existence/body.

15. Not feeling the need to make endless gestures of subservience to fat phobes or any other bigots.

16. Applying your beliefs to those unlike yourself

17. Overcoming habits of mindless obedience

18. Stop playing the ‘obese’ role

And so on..

I’m being serious these things make yourself and the world more interesting…

(via eloisebecomeshealthy-deactivate)

Reblogged from kawaiiflowerchild
Reblogged from thebotanicbabe

stop trying

thebotanicbabe:

Stop trying to make me hate my body, your wasting everyone’s time!

Lol!

#boycottobesity

  • The medical establishment does not own your body or your life. #boycottobesity
  • Because disease is discovered, not decided or “recognized.” Disease is not supposed to be an instrument of social control. #boycottobesity

  • Things like #IAmNotADisease demonstrate a vote of no-confidence in the medical establishments attitude towards fat people. #boycottobesity
  • People should be entitled to refuse to participate or be branded by useless and harmful pseudo-science. #boycottobesity
  • Because people should not be objectified and forced to debate their own lives. #boycottobesity
  • It’s primarily useless pseudo-science, that has achieved little to nothing of any use to anyone. #boycottobesity
  • "Obesity" is imposed on those it purports to study and is wholly unaccountable. #boycottobesity
  • Partitioning human beings across weight lines- and pathologizing some, erodes our understanding of what it is to be human. #boycottobesity
  • All so-called “obesity related conditions” happen across the weight scale. For “obesity related” read “Human related.” #boycottobesity
  • Because it sets everyone else against fat people, including fat people themselves. #boycottobesity
  • Size is on a scale that can be studied as a whole. There is no special enclave solely for studying tall people. #boycottobesity
  • The purpose of medical science is to discover diseases not create them. #boycottobesity
  • Because fat people didn’t asked to be separately classed. #boycottobesity
  • Because studying fatness or fat people separately has never made any sense. #boycottobesity

#fat metaphysics #boycott obesity #fat people #fatspo #fatspiration #fat acceptance #fat activism #fat liberation #fat shaming #fat hatred #fatphobia #weight bigotry #fat

Reblogged from effuckyourfeelings
createyourownsociety:

ignore my terrible expression on my face, and my hair looking shitty. admire my legs and my beautiful fat body. ❤️

createyourownsociety:

ignore my terrible expression on my face, and my hair looking shitty. admire my legs and my beautiful fat body. ❤️

It’s not so much food obsessed fat characters that get on my nerves. It’s the projection of other people’s obsession with fat people’s supposed obsession with food crowding out everything else.

Personality, character, intellect or any perspective that comes from being fat.

I’d like to see some more irreverence from characters who don’t give a damn about received opinion. I’ve found being fat has given me a sense of distance from what’s politique or nice as we are often excluded from its niceties.

I’ve spent much of my life feeling outright arch.

Well, if you aren’t part of bullshit pieties, why should you have to acknowledge them or give much of a crap? Why should you feel duty bound to shore them up?

Let those who benefit from them act in their own interests, whilst getting all po-faced pretending its all about morality.