Just to get this straight, in this double page spread there are:
- Fat women
- Of different races
- Who are unedited (note the stomach and the rolls)
- And are being praised for being the weight they are (and eating what they want)
- While they are all being quotes talking about being healthy at any weight
I mean, this still isn’t perfect, but this is pretty damned impressive for a mainstream tabloid.
uhm being praised for being obese is no, not a good thing nor is it “perfect”. That’s a TERRIBLE thing promoting unhealthiness and laziness.
Uhm… none of these women are obese… just because they are bigger, doesn’t mean they don’t eat healthy. Metabolisms are different in every person. So what if they don’t exercise. Leave them to live their lives how they want and live yours how you want, plain and simple!
Rebel Wilson is hands down obese. If you don’t think that’s obese, then it’s sad that the media and posts like these have skewed your reality to believe that obese isn’t obese. Also no ones metabolism makes them obese. If you exercise regularly and eat healthy and not stuff yourself to the gills, you won’t be fat or obese.
Stop making excuses for obesity and stop acting like it doesn’t matter if our generation is obese lazy fucks.
Did you ever think maybe fat people like being fat????????
Not everybody has the time or money into working out.
Stop policing how people should live and look.
Not everybody wants to be skinny.
You like shortening your life and looking more gross because of the unhealthy extreme amount of excess fat? If so, that’s actually very disordered that you enjoy shortening your life, your quality of life, your health, and your appearance too. I hope you seek professional help and get healthy.
Ps simply eating healthier and walking places can make you drop pounds. It’s really not as hard as you think. Don’t make excuses. Check out Zuzka light on youtube, she has amazing QUICK workouts :)
uhm its not policing how people look. its being healthy. just because our society has idolized being thin for so long doesn’t mean we need to say obesity is okay as a backlash. its not. it shortens your life. and i’m tired of reading and hearing about people making it okay. it honestly is just laziness, it is not that difficult to walk around the block for half an hour a day. lets STOP promoting obesity and start promoting a healthy lifestyle.
Wait have you ever taken a nutrition and/or bio class? Because there are metabolic disorders that cause people to be unable to lose weight? Just like hyperthyroidism makes you lose weight and harder for it to gain weight, hypothyroidism make you gain weight and harder to lose weight, just by throwing your hormones out of wack. There is also a myriad of other medical reasons that people have a hard time losing weight (certain medications, treatments, etc.). Their meds make them gain weight, but without their meds, they’d die and/or lead a very uncomfortable and painful life. So no, eating healthy and exercise alone is not the answer to everything.
While obesity may lead to an increased chance of high blood pressure and cholesterol, being overweight/obese does not automatically mean that you have high blood pressure and cholesterol. You cannot look at someone and automatically know all the markers of their health just from their appearance.
These women are constantly in the spotlight and for once a tabloid is finally doing something positive with the unflattering pictures they have of them invading into their private time. God forbid Mila Kunis eats a slice of pizza. If you think that promoting these people we idolize as regular human beings who have flaws like the rest of us is a bad thing, it is your perception that is skewed.
If you would like to read up on some metabolic disorders and other medications that cause weight gain, feel free to look here, here, here, here, here, and here.
Such statements as “no one’s metabolism makes them obese” and “simply eating healthier and walking places can make your drop pounds. It’s really not as hard as you think” are not applicable to everyone. Thank you for turning an inspirational post about the media finally showing celebrities as regular people into a showcase for your lack of understanding of the intricacies of weight loss and weight management.