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6th September 2011

Link reblogged from Love From the Linden Trees with 146 notes

Love From the Linden Trees: iamseafoamgreen: madamethursday: Obese children to be put up for... →

iamseafoamgreen:

madamethursday:

Obese children to be put up for adoption

metanoia—:

thecuntmentality:

madamethursday:

droppingthefbomb:

A couple may have their obese children removed after social services ruled they had not lost enough weight.

But although…

As a teen I did starvation diets to try and force my normal and healthy body weight and size to fit a ‘idealized’ body shape and weight. For 2 years I lived on less than 1000 calories and exercised daily (I was in drill team and the swim team). At the end I weighed maybe 15 lbs less than what I had started at and still did not fit these fake expectations.

As an adult I am large and healthy. I no longer hate my body or myself for not being able to fit societies perverse view of what my healthy body shape and weight should be.

Tagged: fatfat hatehuman rights violationsbody shameobesity is not a disease

  1. peresbel reblogged this from i-blame-reagan and added:
    Extra weight itself isn’t a disease, but these kids weren’t chubby, they were obese. The 12-year-old boy was 224 lbs and...
  2. caitz1129 reblogged this from i-blame-reagan and added:
    What’s worse than fat shaming? People who use “concern” to excuse their fat shaming.
  3. i-blame-reagan reblogged this from melody-nelson and added:
    *claps*
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  13. red3blog reblogged this from madamethursday and added:
    Reblogged for the tragic story and the right-on commentary. There is little more infuriating than people preemptively...
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  15. nephirnuit reblogged this from meandrous and added:
    As a teen I did starvation diets to try and force my normal and healthy body weight and size to fit a ‘idealized’ body...
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  18. bilt2tumble reblogged this from sugaredvenom and added:
    ^^^^THIS What’s eternally frustrating? Is how the ‘something has to be DONE’ hysterics ALWAYS seem to read completely...
  19. glossolaliakaraoke reblogged this from sugaredvenom and added:
    ^Yes, this! So fucking disgusting. How could they not conclude that after 2 years of the diet not working, DIETS DO NOT...
  20. jhameia reblogged this from blackraincloud and added:
    And I sound uneducated when I insist that anti-fat bigotry is a real problem.
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  23. seafemme reblogged this from sugaredvenom and added:
    ^^^
  24. sdlkjfsldfd reblogged this from madamethursday and added:
    Simmer down, killer. 1. You’re right, I’m not sorry for my opinion. I shouldn’t have apologized, so I apologize for...
  25. breatheout-breathein reblogged this from peachstones and added:
    Working at oldhams has taught me that the social services and the local authorities will do everything they can to pull...
  26. visceralsimulacrum reblogged this from sugaredvenom and added:
    That original article almost reads like a dystopia novel.