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You gotta see this video of some plus sized Instagram model named Alexandra Thomas crying because her doctor “fat shamed” her, because they offered to refer her to a doctor who could help her with her weight.
That’s it, I give up. Seriously, “fat shamed?” As if it’s something you should be proud of. This is like crying because the doctor “cancer shamed” you when he told you that you needed chemotherapy. Only in the land of hurt feelings is it called “fat shaming” for a doctor to tell a fat person that they need to lose weight.
This quote says it all:
“It never gets old how people think they can comment on your weight.”
Look, I’m not gonna spend all blog hating on heavy chicks. Everyone has their struggles. But the one kind of person who is allowed to tell you to lose weight is a doctor. It doesn’t matter if it hurts your feelz. Your feelings have never actually mattered. The doctor’s only concern is your health. And there’s nothing healthy about being dozens and dozens of pounds over your ideal weight.
But I guess the doctors should just say nothing and let her die a slow death by cholesterol. That sounds way more noble than hurting someone’s feelz.
Of course Yahoo and every other SJW site that’s blogged about this has joined her crusade and blamed the doctor as well:
Thomas says she’s confronted about her weight all the time, and doesn’t understand why people think it’s OK to bring it up “constantly.”
First of all, you go out of your way to market yourself as a plus sized IG model. You make money off of this. You intentionally wear bathing suits, knowing full well that fupawear accentuates your honches and all the other things that you’re better off hiding with layers of Champion brand sweatshirts. See this?
This does not look good. Despite all your idiotic, feel good friends and fans telling you how brave and strong you are for doing so.
Seriously, every single post on her page is filled with morons like that telling her that she’s “beautiful,” “stunning,” and that the “haters are jealous.” Stop. Just stop. You don’t actually believe that anyone is jealous of her. The only thing we’re jealous of is that she’s figured out how to make a career out of taking selfies and fupacalafrajalisticexpealadocious!!!
The fact of the matter is that your “fans” are only saying that because they are too gutless to tell you the truth that a doctor will.
And all her bullshit about trying to lose weight is obviously a lie too. Yes, there are some people who do everything right and still gain weight. But the vast majority of people got this way because they’re allergic to exercise and they can find a way to incorporate maple syrup onto pretty much anything. You got plenty of time to pose for a billion pictures all day, but not enough time to head down to Planet Fitness. Sure thing.
“You look at me, and that’s the first thing you see. Then that’s what you start to label me as. I’m so much more than that,” she explains tearfully. “I’m not just my weight.”
Actually, that’s exactly how you marketed yourself. Your IG is called “Learning to be fearless.” You’re fearless because you’re morbidly obese but still not afraid to bare it all. Your entire brand revolves around you being unhealthy but still being happy about yourself. If you lost weight you’d also lose credibility because then you’d just be another duck faced skinny chick on Instagram.
The bottom line is that this chick represents everything that is wrong with our culture today. She CRIED because a doctor gave her medical advice. The truth reduced her to tears. She uses words like “plus size” and “fat shaming.” And as usual nothing is EVER her fault.