Commentary on the viral Huffington Post article about obesity and fat shaming in health care, and why fat-shaming doesn’t work.
There are some cruel and inhumane people in this world, like Dani Mathers, and unfortunately you are likely to meet at least one or two of them at the gym.
I’m still struggling with the fact that all of this actually happened. So, this newscaster and her husband are anchors for WKBT, La Crosse, Wisconsin. The wife, Jennifer Livingston, receives
My last entry in this series was rough, I know. It was a lot to digest, but I hope the point was clear: none of us are perfect. And in
My thoughts on “Blacks With Bulimia: Hiding In Plain Sight” from The Root.
“Guess what – barring liposuction and tummy tucks, most people who are fat today? They’ll be fat tomorrow, and every single day until they aren’t fat anymore. Get over it.”
Real stories of doctors passing judgment on their patients, overlooking real issues and harping on weight instead.
What shame is, what it does, and how to fight it on your own.
People who lose weight start to hate fat people?
“He doesn’t want larger people shopping in his store, he wants thin and beautiful people,” Lewis said.