Thin privilege dating
#Link In Bio The same way people have preconceived notions and prejudice against people based on race and gender, bigger body types are treated a completely different way than their thin counterparts.If you're smaller, you have privileges and access some of us can only dream of, and it goes beyond playground insults and "skinny shaming." • • • • #bodied #body #bodypositive #bodypositivity #babe #babedotnet #thinprivilege #kendalljenner #kimkardashian A post shared by Babe (@babedotnet) on This is literally the best thing I have read in 2018!How could you possibly know what it’s like to live in my body or the bullshit I deal with daily that is not from me hating myself, but society deeming me unworthy of basic respect?pic.twitter.com/w37k N25Gyk — Mysse Match (@myssematch) March 27, 2018 character.I'm pretty sure that's not the way to do it.A study conducted by PLos ONE found that physicians had the same strong anti-fat bias as the general public.It's literally a walk of fat shame as eyes follow you to your bite-sized seat, and you can tell what they're all thinking: comfort.
However, the same people will never acknowledge thin privilege nor will they do anything to change society's attitude towards fat people.Not to mention how rarely fatter patients get taken seriously when they complain about body pain — doctors always turn it around to weight, and blame us for our own discomfort.Doctors don't realize what kind of mental anguish this level of dismissal can inflict on us.In the same way white people have been held up as the only race that matters in this country, it's unsurprising that fat people are also seen as underdogs in any dating scenario. Fuck people who hate on others bodies because everyone is beautiful and strong and thin or not you're perfect.— sad_poet (@_sad_poet) March 15, 2018 The fact that airlines make their seating flyable to only smaller human beings with shapeless figures is appalling in its own right.