Heart Break and Body Weight

We live in a world in which everyone is free to feel and believe whatever he or she pleases. It is the definition of free will; You can be as offensive as you want and no one has the right to force you to change your mind.

As I continue on, please keep in mind that there are very few times when I publicly (literarily) turn into an idealistic advocate of equality and other such common causes. This instance is not one of them.

In fact, I hereby dedicate this post to calling out the bitches who who push their beliefs on everyone else.

If you think thinness is beauty, good for you. Really, I respect that. I have no issue with this whatsoever.

However, it is not your god-given right to talk shit about other women simply because they do not fit this picture perfect world you’ve just so happened to imagine. You do not get to put them down or call them gross or ugly. You do not get to say that they just need to have some “self-control.”

Here are the facts. Most people (not just women) do not actually have a hand in their body type. Not only is it genetic, but also, some people actually develop serious eating addictions. It isn’t always their doing.

That is aside from the fact that some medications also have a side-effect of weight gain. Insulin, for example, increases hunger pains sometimes astronomically, which leads to a higher intake of food. The more food eaten, the more insulin taken, and a vicious cycle ensues.

Who the hell are you to pass judgments on other people’s image or body weight? Who are you to use “but” or “except” when describing the aesthetics of another person.

“She’s pretty, but…”

No. Not acceptable. I am not heatedly writing this on behalf of my personal indignation. It is not because I feel judged. I could not give less of a fuck about other people’s opinions of me, but not everyone is so lucky. Many people are truly hurting because of this, and that is what fuels my fucking fire.

People get pushed to the edge of suicide often because of other people’s words. They lose their confidence and are heart broken, just because of how others react to their body weight.

Watch your goddamn mouth.

My only advocation for everyone is to work to be healthy. Take care of your body as well as you can, not to look better, but to feel better. That’s it.

Otherwise, keep your shitty opinions about other people to yourself. Your condescending remarks do not make you look good. They make you look insecure and arrogant.

And if I hear one more of these bitches call herself fat knowing damn well that’s she nowhere near it, I will agree with them.

Time to hit up Jenny Craig, honey. The gym is calling your name.

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