— Jane Espenson (from interview with Advocate.com)
Using weight to define health is inaccurate, unscientific prejudice. It directly fuels discrimination in the workplace, from insurers, in medical care, and in social interactions. The war on so-called “obesity” [sic] is a war on fat people. Doctors already exhibit dangerous levels of weight bias. Fat people deserve care, not condemnation. Correlation≠causation. Behavior≠BMI. Weight≠health. Hate is not good for public health.
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ahhh the “i never owned slaves argument”
but the wealth gap…
but the health gap…
its not about individuals and blame, its about the fact that you ARE STILL BENEFITTING from my ancestors enslavement, and even though we have the same degree from the same university, you will still get a better job, and my family is still in debt.
this is called privilege guys…
OMG. Wish this woman had lived in my hometown when I was a teen.
I dunno… I still think little kids are evil and dangerous no matter how you raise them. Frankly, they scare me and I’m not opposed to banning children across the world outright. Maybe we should just stick to cats and dogs after all, they’re much safer, more loyal, less expensive and just all around better.
Another fitblr started following me today.
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