I do zero exercise, I polish off a large pizza with a side of garlic bread by myself and I drink beer, and that’s healthy and ‘goals’ because I’m a size 8.
If someone else did zero exercise, polished off a large pizza with a side of garlic bread by themselves, and drank beer, you’d claim that they lived an unhealthy lifestyle because they’re a size 22.
Why is it okay for someone of a smaller size to treat their body like shit, but not okay for someone with more weight on them to?
It’s a horrible feeling being called fat. It’s the same horrible feeling I get, when someone calls me skinny.
What annoys me the most is people who are bigger, get laughed at whilst they’re in the gym, and then get told they need to ‘do’ something about their weight when seen elsewhere.
It annoys me when people judge bigger people when they order a salad, or a diet coke, since ‘that’s not going to help them’, but the minute they order a cheese burger, they’re a mess?!
I’m not blind to the fact that people with more weight on them are more prone to things like diabetes, high blood pressure, and certain cancers, but what about those who are underweight? Why does no one mention that being underweight can lead to fertility problems, weak bones, low blood pressure, and anaemia?
Not one person seems to see a smaller person, and shout out ‘God, you’re really wearing THAT when you’re that underweight? Cover up that stomach!’
Not one person seems to say ‘You know, someone who’s as small as you shouldn’t be eating that’.
Why is it okay to promote skin and bones, and not curves?!
Why don’t people learn to let people live how they want too. Big, small, or in between. As long as you’re happy and healthy.
The rest can piss off.
In no way am I trying to promote unhealthy living. I’m trying to get across that its unfair for two people to have the same lifestyle, but one person get shamed for it, just because they’re bigger.