Yeah i got that those girls are very fucking funny in a way . They're aboit 200-250 and post tons of facebooks pics showing ultra fat womans and saying this is Sexy ! Mans love a little meat on thier bones !
Excuse me i don't call THAT a little, You dont even have periods because you are too fat . You are not curvy.
Im in that ''Healthy Weight'' That doctors talk about im in fact 5"9 and 160 L i wear some size 10-12 and i have a belleh o3o
Some womens in my old store was like DO YOU HAVE THIS DRESS SIZED FOR PEOPLE THAT ACTUALLY EAT MORE THAN AN GRAPEFRUIT HALF A WEEK?
Neither is drinking and drug use but most people don't care about that. No one makes posts with pictures of crack addicts saying, "This is unhealthy!". No one actually cares about strangers health, they just want to fat shame :3
Most likely, but they don't make threads all the time about it. They don't mention it normally. But people bring up fat people ALL the time. There are tons of these threads all the time all over the internet, people complaining about other peoples weight under the lie of "well its unhealthy". Yes it is unhealthy, but those people don't seem to care and make rants about all the OTHER unhealthy things people are doing.
Some people gain weight for reasons that can not be helped. I suffered a stroke and was taken off my meds for other things. IO blossomed to 180 ilbs. Since then I have slimmed back down but medications CAN play a role in your weight. ig thumb352887308:
Milana992Featured By OwnerFeb 7, 2013Hobbyist Digital Artist
I know this is really mean but I don't like when over weight peoples wear too small clothes and make all their fat rolls to pop out... It doesn't look nice and I see it too often. It's also sad how some over weight peoples don't understand that those aren't curves anymore and their fat boobs aren't sexy.. It's just really unhealthy to your body
People have simply gone completely nuts with the whole "I love my body" dealio. Accepting your worth as a human being and being content with how you look doesn't mean you should settle for an unhealthy body (which is what you described here) In fact, I've known women who were once very obese who lost weight. Their self confidence helped them stay the course longer in the slimdown because they already liked themselves. If that same positivity could be put into getting healthy, obesity would be much less of a problem here in the US.
Obesity is only a self esteem issue if it effects the way a person sees themselves. Unlike popular belief, NOT EVERY FAT PERSON FEELS BAD ABOUT IT. That card has been sensationlized. Feeling good about who you are really shouldn't have anything to do with externals at all.
YTcyberpunkFeatured By OwnerJan 28, 2013Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Holy shit, that woman looks like a girl I went to elementary school with. Now I'll spend the rest of my life wondering if it really is her or not.
Anyway, I think a big problem (no pun intended) with U.S. culture is that we are so obsessed with looks and not health. That's why some people who are 400 lbs won't change their lifestyle; because they are okay with their *looks.* And don't really think about the fact that no, it isn't normal to struggle going up a staircase, and you shouldn't need to get into the car to go pick up something from a store that's one block away. And of course on the other end of the scale (no pun intended) there's the anorexics.
I live in Wisconsin, so my sympathy towards obesity is limited. I know some people can't help it, but I seriously doubt that all these people here have medical problems that make obesity unavoidable.
Don't you just are cultures sugarcoated eyes. It tells women that, "Your not fat you're just curvy." This is why the majority of overweight people are unaware they are fat.
I love how the media attacks the fashion model industry for being skinny & acts as if anorexia is such an issue. Oh please! When I walk down down the street, I see more overweight people than underweight people.
I think obesity is becoming a global issue, rather than just an American problem.
CodePurpleyedrawingsFeatured By OwnerJan 26, 2013Hobbyist Artist
You know what? Nobody fucking knows what the hell healthy is. I see skinny girls calling girls who barely have a roll "fat". I mean come on, you can see it in comments about Adele. Adele is not fat. She's not. She is the curvy one. Then fucking social justice people come around after witnessing this and try to fix this heinous miscalculation by calling it healthy and it backfires. What really matters is your BMI, and how much fat your body has and if your knees can take it. But no, people just have to look at the media for a standard.
SadistSkunkFeatured By OwnerJan 26, 2013Professional Digital Artist
BMI is a pretty faulty system.. Most body-builders are morbidly obese according to their BMI.. What your healthy weight is just differs per person. It's pretty easy to say that the people in those pictures have an unhealthy weight though..
I get too skinny quickly, so I watch my weight and make sure I eat enough. If you gain weight easily, watch what you eat and exercise..
It sure is if you're paying taxes that help these people pay for medical costs. Fat people related medical expenses in the United States is around 20 billion dollars a year and some of that is covered by tax payers.
I want my tax money to go to new schools, better roads, repaired bridges. I do not want my tax money covering fat slobs who blew out their knee because they're fat slobs and have no job or insurance.
People tend to throw around the term 'taxpayers'. If a person is working and they receive some kind of benefit, their tax dollars are at work. Hell, I've been on food stamps before, and yes MY TAX DOLLARS WERE PAYING FOR IT.
What's wrong with your taxpayer's money being used to help someone in need? And don't you think that fat people are denied jobs and/or coverage simply because of their weight? So maybe that's why they don't have jobs, because no one is letting them have any?
Obesity is when you are 50lbs+ over a healthy weight, being overweight is when you are 10-30lbs over a healthy weight. There is a difference. A huge one. An overweight person can be just as healthy and fit as a person at a "normal" weight. An obese person would have no way of being fit, and most likely wouldn't enjoy good health for long. You're making some extreme generalizations of people who fall into those categories however.