What gives you the right to.. Call people fat?


This month I’m talking or what seems to be me ranting about people calling other people fat.

This is another word that gets thrown around. Some people don’t understand how hurtful it is to be called names especially names that involve the way you look. 

To me everyone is perfect in their own way. We are all unique and different. 

I don’t see why it is needed. Some people have medically problems that affect their weight. 

I’ve been called fat and for my height and stuff I look a little chunky and chubby but that’s okay for me but people find the stupidest petty things to call you and they don’t understand how it effects people’s feelings and self esteem. 

I just wish that people wouldn’t think before they speak especially when they don’t know the whole story. 

I don’t think it helps either that the media portray people mostly woman so be a size zero which is apparently ‘beautiful’ but why does it matter what weight you are if you’re happy? Isn’t that all that matters in life?

Thank you for reading.



8 thoughts on “What gives you the right to.. Call people fat?

  1. This is absolutely true! Why does anyone feel the need to comment anything about another person, especially when they don’t even know anything about them. Why is it so hard for people to keep their comments to themselves, when it is completely unnecessary? 😦 Thanks for posting this xox

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  2. This is so true. Women in general are under so much pressure to be thin but also have a booty and double Ds with perfect bone structure and long straight hair. If you have even one of those things you’re constantly wishing you had the others too. I am constantly defined by my weight despite there being much more to my appearance, it always feels like the elephant in the room (no pun intended) that whenever talking about clothes or shopping or weight or diet I get looked at awkwardly as though it should be a sore subject…like…it’s not a tragedy to be chunky.

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  3. People assume that “right” for some ridiculous reason. And they make nasty comments and call people names because, for just a small moment in time, it makes them feel better, makes them feel superior and part of a crowd they want to be a part of.


  4. The thing is plus sized people know their predicament better than anyone else, no one needs an overzealous bigot telling you what you are and what you’re not. Lovely post Lauren. ❤ Came here from Laura's blog (Laurabruj).


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