Space Cowboy
Space Cowboy thanked Dumb Goat's answer

I think that the healthy middle point for the stance of obese people is to not judge their character by it, but recognize that it is a health hazard.  "Fat-shaming" is bad, but being pro-fat is promoting something that isn't healthy. Being fat does not make them ugly, stupid, or a bad person. In fact, … Read more

Space Cowboy
Space Cowboy thanked Skye Brook's answer

I don't see it as her inspiring young girls, or anyone for that matter, to stuff their faces with pizza. She's inspiring them to love and accept themselves, no matter what they look like. She isn't saying, "You should look like this." She's saying, "It's okay to love yourself if you look like this."

Space Cowboy
Space Cowboy thanked Dark Majinn's answer

So, a couple of things . . . If she is happy with how she looks . . . How she feels (walking, climbing stairs . . . Etc.), then who am I to question.

If this amount of weight shortens her life expectancy and she is okay with that, then great . . . Hats … Read more

Space Cowboy
Space Cowboy thanked Dumb Goat's answer

I think that the healthy middle point for the stance of obese people is to not judge their character by it, but recognize that it is a health hazard.  "Fat-shaming" is bad, but being pro-fat is promoting something that isn't healthy. Being fat does not make them ugly, stupid, or a bad person. In fact, … Read more