My Daughter insisted on being “Princess Darth Vader” this year.
Best dad ever.
ALL OF THE AWARDS
How The Face Changes With Shifting A Light Source
Sometimes you’re depressed, then this happens.
Just a friendly reminder.
I’m not being snarky when I ask this: How exactly is someone’s size (be it one extreme or the other) mutually exclusive from one’s health (heart/health conditions from obesity are a thing and so is anorexia & Bulimia)? Additionally, how are these aspects of size, relating to health, not the business of the family and friends of the individual who they care about?
I understand that people have a habit of listing themselves under “family and friends” when they really are neither and inflicting their views on people, but, nevertheless, this image doesn’t make sense to my mind. What am I missing here?
Body size is not an accurate or informative representation of one’s health.
Health is personal, multidimensional, vague, and should not be representative of one’s moral goodness - though it is often used as a tool to shame and guilt.
Neither of the above is anyone’s business.
If you’re new to the concept that weight does not automatically imply “poor health”, or that the definition of health as accepted by society is not inclusive of those living with mental/chronic illness and/or disability, then you may benefit from doing a little fat-positive research.
Thankfully, we have a page filled with awesome resources and medical studies to support our claims.