The issue that lies within the PLUS Size Community! From 1 Plus girl to another...

By | 7/01/2014 39 comments

Hello Beauties



* Yes! Hateful comments referring to my children and invitations for me to commit suicide have been removed. I have no problem with people who down right disagree with this post, and those comments remain. However, I will not tolerate such hateful comments.*

Not talking about health or being fat in the plus size community is just as stupid as it not being acceptable to talk about sex in church. These things need to be discussed to encourage real change in our communities. True, genuine self love and confidence has a side effect. Its called change! Yet....



*Today I wanted to come and talk about something that's really been on my heart. I say my heart and not my mind because this post comes from a place of love and NOT just to sir the pot (start drama).  My intent with this post is NOT to hurt anyones feelings or step on anyones toes, but to get you guys thinking. I encourage everyone to continue reading with an open heart and an open mind. At the end of the day, no matter the response, I stand by what I've said. Words like FAT, OVERWEIGHT, etc used in this post is not meant negatively...its just a description of where we and I stand. Do note that I include myself in this...I'm no different and I'm not exempt.*


Over the past view years, the number of Plus-Size Bloggers & Fashionista's has what seems to have doubled...even tripled. Plus-Size bloggers and style blazers continue open the eyes of many girls/women of all ages to the fact that we are indeed BEAUTIFUL. Just as much as the next girl, who's a size 2! Showing us ways to spruce up our wardrobe, so we wouldn't have to settle for the horrendous clothing made (or NOT made at all) for us. Giving us (including myself) the confidence, courage, and the challenge of loving ourselves wholeheartedly. Today I want to challenge my Plus Size Community to take this movement a step closer to home. Here's the question I'd like to pose....


HOW?

....can we preach and encourage self love and continue to harm our bodies with poor eating habits? By remaining the same and loving ourselves where we are at? Why would we love ourselves where we are, only to remain where we are? You don't want to better yourself? Not your wardrobe...but YOURSELF? I love my blog, so I keep trying to find ways to make it better. I love my husband, so I keep finding ways to keep him happy and excited about me/us. I love God, so I'm always challenging my character, how I treat others and how I make them feel. I even prayed about this post! 

I know what you are thinking. "Here we go, another person trying to tell me I need to lose weight or get healthy. I love who I am right now!" Somebody needs to say it. It would be wise to lose weight and/or begin living a healthier lifestyle (if you have not begun already). Now, I'm not saying all or none of you do, but most plus bloggers I follow don't speak of it. Do they have to? NO! Do it for yourself, because you know it needs to be done. THAT to me is self love. It says, "I love me right now, the way I am. But I also love myself to do something about the fact that I AM overweight. I can love myself as a plus woman, but I'd love myself more as a healthy woman."  

No matter how well you dress yourself, no matter how many followers you have, it does not take away from the pressure we are putting on our bones and our feet every day with excess weight. This was a hard pill for even me to swallow. One day running around with my kids (1yr and 3yr old boys) I got tired 5 minutes in of running around with them. To the point that I just laid on the ground as Noah (3) jumped on my back and said, "Come on Mommy! Come on!" I felt terrible because I wanted to so bad. Which I did, but boy was it a struggle. I thought to myself, "I'm wayyyy to young for this." I'm 26 guys, with so much life ahead of me. I want to see my kids grow old, and run around with my grandchildren. Those who do not have children, I'm sure you know what I mean. Getting tired/winded going up and down the stairs, after a full nights rest you wake up still feeling tired, not being to shop where you REALLY want to (lets be real), and so many other things that I won't say, only because I've already said a lot. (Lol)

What I'm trying to say is...

Our weight is just as much a reflection of our self esteem as our wardrobe, how we treat others and talk about others. It's all connected!!! We must Love ourselves enough to be 100% honest with ourselves. You don't have to do it in front of the world, you don't have to blog about it. Just do it for you. I am a plus girl. I LOVE my body at 238lbs, I really do. I know I'm fly, I know I'm sexy. YET.....I know I'm not allowing myself to be the best me, the best mom or wife I can be. A few weeks ago I made queso dip. I piled it on a mountain of tortilla chips, with sour creme and guacamole. I killed it okay! (Lol) It was good! However....I felt so terrible afterwards. The food also felt like it was just sitting in my stomach like a brick, not being processed, just sitting. (Yuck) At that moment I thought, Rebecca (that's my government name lol) if you really love yourself, why do you keep eating like this? Because I love myself, who I am, and where I am right now......the thought of losing weight wasn't so daunting this time around. I'm not doing it to look or feel sexier, because I already do. What I do not feel, is healthy. I hate being tired with all the running around I have to do with my kids, and work! Stop making weight loss seem like a negative thing, or like its insulting to suggest from a loved one. Stop hating everyone who encourages you to do so....they see your beauty, they see your potential. Now its time for you to TRULY love yourself by tackling your health/diet issues. Its a lifestyle change you guys. Its time to loves ourselves from the INSIDE out! Live, Long, Healthy lives everyone. I've already accepted the challenge! Join me at ThickGirlFit on Instagram & Facebook, where Skinny is NOT the goal! I like my curves, I want to keep my curves........but Healthy curves! 

(Some of you may not feel me on this and thats ok. Keep on Loving YOU!)

I started last week (again for the 100th time). Doesn't matter. I'm back in the race. Its not going to be easy, but I'm committed to fully loving me! Meaning...I'll get there....



WITH LOVE....again..with LOVE!

<3 Bee







39 comments : Leave Your Comments

  1. This is an awesome post, it's great to see someone actually posting about this. Yes I am a plus size women but I also want to live longer for my family. I had weight loss surgery and still lost no weight so the struggle is real. I am already following you on IG and just know I am also joining you on this journey. Be bless and keep pushing (IG name: naturally _curvy _ me _1103)

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    1. You've made the first step. That's all that matters! I've lost and regained weight that I've lost a number of times, but that doesn't mean we give up. We continue to fight for the things we love. If we love ourselves like we say we do, we will love and take care of our bodies and for some of us that means losing weight. Its a hard pill to swallow, but its the truth.

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  2. Great post! Done in a very loving way! I'm not plus size but this encouraged me to maintain a healthy lifestyle! Healthy living can be a struggle at any size but with a goal in mind i.e. honoring God with your body, living a long life for your family it can become enjoyable and a little easier! Thanks! Blessings!

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  3. I have had this conversation many times with friends , plus or small, but the place we always come to is the question of perspective. Who decides for you what "healthier" means, what "better" denotes?would like to think

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    1. Society would like to think that we are original in our ideas, that we live by, but they are mere opinions... Not necessarily facts of life. So each of us must decide which opinions we will yield to and which we simply observe. Just as there are just as many cancer patients who essentially "did everything right" per societies standards, but they still have cancer... Everything in life is opinion, not fact so societies idea about whats "better" body wise or whats "healthier" is up for debate. Thats all. :) good topic

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  4. Unless you are being paid by a specific individual to care for their health, it is none of your concern. Period. End of story.

    And using pictures of period without their consentsis just gross.

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  5. It's nice that you want to change yourself for the better, however using another person's picture in, what is essentially another fat-shaming post, is disrespectful. If you really felt some kind of way about it, why didn't you use your own?

    There are a lot of plus size women who are genuinely happy the way they are AND are perfectly healthy human beings. Just marinate on that.

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  6. How about you speak for yourself and stop assuming that just because you're out of shape that every other fat person is too? These kinds of assumptions and generalizations are dangerous and damaging. Don't get all high and mighty like you actually care about the supposed health problems of total strangers. And stealing a stranger's picture to use on an ignorant post like this is awful. If you needed a photo so badly, you should have used one of yourself.

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  7. This is some "good fatty" bullshit. Also next time, don't use someone's photo without their permission. Obstructed face or not, that's just bad form.

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  8. Look, if you feel unhealthy in your body, you do something to change that. But you do not get to dictate that every fat person is unhealthy, or assume that they dont love theirselves and want to lose weight.

    I weigh 100lbs more than my husband, and this is after me losing 180 lbs. He is thin. But yet he has diabetes and high cholesterol. Me? I dont have those. And i eat healtheir than him and many of my friends. So open your eyes and realize no two bodies are the same

    Also, using someone elses picture is wrong. Use your own damn picture or nothing at all. But not of a person who exudes and promotes body confidence no matter what size

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  9. You will never get this many comments on your crappy blog again.

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  10. This is typical "love yourself!! but always be on the quest to shed a few pounds to *REALLY* love yourself" nonsense.

    If you're a fat person who wants to lose weight or eat healthily, fine there's nothing wrong with that. But please understand not a fat people share your beliefs and wish to lose weight and should be respected regardless. Can one not be fat AND healthy? Do you equate health with body size? Most importantly, people do not owe you health! What they choose to do or put in or on their body is none of your business ma'am.

    How do you get to decide what every fat person wants or think, simply because you are insecure with yourself? You don't. If you went beyond the clothing of certain fat bloggers I'm sure you came across, you'd find many vocal posts about fat acceptance and the Good fatty vs Bad fatty dichotomy you're promoting in your post.

    Also, next time you want to go on a fatphobic love rant you may want to use your own photo or get permission from said person.

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  11. Wow, self-hating fatty much? Are you a medical doctor, and do you personally look after all the fatshion bloggers? No? THEN SHUT THE EFF UP.

    The good fatty/bad fatty dichotomy is harmful and does nothing but contribute to fat shaming and fat hate. Good for you for wanting to change your habits, but don't assume every other fat person needs to or is capable of doing so. Do everyone a favor and crawl under a rock until you understand what's wrong with this way of thinking.

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  12. This is just shameful...

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  13. i fucking hate you. i hope you read these comments and decide to better your life by killing yourself, you fucking asshole. people have a right to lead their lives. you don't speak for the whole fat movement and thank god your petty pigeon ass doesn't! go get lapband surgery and eat a milligram worth of food, you jackass.

    oh and i have kids too but they know to respect my bodily autonomy. your kids are going to be horrible people with you raising them. more assholes in the world. shit, maybe they'll steal someone's pictures too!

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    1. Christ, dude. Woah. Chill.

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  14. I sincerely hope after all this commenting on the blog post one of us gets a chance to win makeup! :D

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    1. LOL!!!!! Stay tuned...also I can't gift someone who is anonymous! ;)

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    1. Right! Completely UNNECESSARY!! People kill me with the If you don't feel like I do you are wrong and should be punished! People need to chill!

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  16. Bee, unfortunately too many of your readers don't know the meaning of the word "shaming". If anyone is doing the shaming, it's them. People don't like the truth. They want to be spoon fed the lies that got them overweight and unhealthy in the first place. I gained 30 lbs in a years time for no dang reason and I am working hard to get back to a place where my appetite and my laziness don't rule me! Some people won't see it until they're forced to. Why take responsibility for your life when you can just throw insults at others for doing what you WISH you had the courage to do? Diabetes is real and so is heart disease. Both, PRIMARILY from lack of proper diet and exercise. If you want to deal with those issues, you can have it but me and Bee and the few other readers who have sense will be living life and loving it. lol

    *waits for all the ignorant comments*
    Actually, I won't. I'm moving on.

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  17. you're being oppressive of other fat people. it's not illegal, but sure as hell is wrong and fucked up.

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    1. According to Webster, the definition of Oppresive..i.e. Oppression is: unjust or cruel exercise of authority or power. Try another word....like honest or transparent.

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  18. Ya'll fatties mad or nah?

    THAT ^^^ is fat shaming. lol

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  19. Wow...y'all are amazing. To put it plain and simple, EVERYONE needs to take responsibility for their health. And those of us who are heavier, when you go to the Dr. ask them about health and what having so much weight does to the body and organs and joints. No matter how healthy your vitals are, things still happen to your organs and joints when you weigh too much. Y'all are whining over a picture when you need to be focusing on the content! #ChileBYE Love you Bee!!

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  20. These comments are nuts! I hope these internet thugs don't make you feel bad about what you posted.

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  21. This was a good read and there are more and more plus size bloggers talking about health and healthier eating. Its a personal journey that people have to come to gradually. Clearly when people see the message but are not prepared to hear it there will be backlash. I think the majority of complaints are about using someone elses picture. Its the internet age ladies, if you put it out there its out there, and unless someone is making money off it then there really isnt anything you can do about it. You would be surprised how many people are using pictures you freely post to instagram, and facebook. Once you post it up you dont own it anymore, and unless u run your own site where you can embed code that prevents someone from right clicking and downloading your picture then ur SOL. To the writer of the post, I hope you achieve your plus size healthy goal. Im working on myself too. I dont care what the charts say, I know how I want to look and where I feel my best at. The charts say I should be 154 but they dont account for my 10lb head and 20lb boobs that dont shrink no matter how much weight i lose. I looked anorexic at 185 so my goal is 200. plus muscle weighs more than fat and lets not forget, in the fashion world anything over an 8 is plus size lmao so i will always be plus size but ill be healthy too (with a couple cheat days here and there muahaha).

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  22. I'm glad the topic is up for discussion! I still stand by my post...This is not a fatphobic, fat shaming post. Evaluate yourself and go from there. The choice is yours....

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  23. I understand your reasons for writing your post. However, I think the issue is that you chose to use someone else's photo to illustrate what you perceived as poor health. If the message was meant to be positive, why not contact the young lady and ask for her photo directly? I read your message about not changing the content of the article but, you were taking down the photo. It doesn't matter that this is the internet and "once you post something it's out there". Posting your photos is not a solicitation for people to use them for their own purposes. I'm sure that anyone would be just as hurt and shocked to find that their photo was used for a post to illustrate something negative or derogatory about themselves. I think that additionally, it would be good to apologize to the young lady. What was most startling about this situation to me, is that there was no open apology offered to another sister who was hurt by your actions.

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    1. Smoking IS poor health! Obesity IS poor health! The photo was sent to her in the name of humor and she didn't know the person which is why she couldn't/didn't ask for permission to use the photo. Posting your photos to Social Media actually does makes it fair game to the platform you are using and to the public. Welcome to Social/New Media. We give up so many freedoms using this stuff and remain ignorant to the rights we don't have. Please copy and paste below the comments directed SPECIFICALLY at Marfmellow and I will agree with your comments about this post being used to "illustrate something negative or derogatory about" her in particular.

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  24. Great post Bee! I don't see anything wrong with what was written. It needed to be said. I'm on the healthy journey with ya! Let's do this!

    As far as the comments, YA'LL NEED PRAYER! Whoever is continuously posting "Anonymous," SHAME ON YOU! It's clear that it's the same person. LOL! Get a life!

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  25. When we post anything online we are soliciting something. The same with this blog post. I can't sit here and be mad about the comments. I published it aware of the possibility that it won't be received well. When I take out all the anonymous comments, that are mostly by 1 person, the response has been more positive than negative. I find nothing wrong with challenging her or you or anyone that reads this to evaluate their health. I will not exalt being fat in such a way. If I reblogged the photo on tumblr and copied this post underneath it wouldn't have made a difference. Nor am I legally required to move the photo, but I did because it made her feel like I used her as a poster for what's not healthy. Which wasn't my my intent. But the comments had me thinking well....why did I use this picture? And that answer lies in my video response on the home page. It's just funny how I'm the bad guy and all these comments telling me to kill myself and her referring to me and HERSELF AS A FAT BITCH is ok. HOW IS THAT EMPOWERING????? In my post and video I never said anything negative unlike her response to my post. But somehow that's ok. People truly can't think for themselves anymore.

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  26. "Information Shared with the Public Through the Services: As noted in “User Content” and “Native Actions,” above, by default, content published through the Services and many actions you take on the Services are shared with the public. Because this kind of information can be seen by anyone and may be indexed by search engines (like Google Search, or the far superior Yahoo Search), you should be careful about what you choose to disclose publicly and make sure it’s information you want to share with everyone.

    The content you create on Tumblr is, by default, public. This means that anyone can see it, and that search engines can index it. If these things bother you, take a look at some of the additional privacy features we offer."
    Straight off of tumblr. So the accusation that I "stole" an image is arguable. Doesn't mean I'm right, doesn't mean I'm wrong. This too is all a matter of opinion. Not facts.

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  27. just love how you're like "Don't be mad at me, SOMEBODY'S gotta say it!", as if thin/fit supremacy isn't shoved down everyone's throat on every billboard, magazine, tv show, movie, music video, etc. It is fair game to not only tout skinny people as superior, but the judgement, ridicule, and bullying of fat people is welcome and completely socially acceptable. Yes, WE KNOW the medical statistics. We know that being thin will land you a perfect partner, a perfect job, you will be able to run 100 miles effortlessly, fart rainbows and lollipops, as well as LIVE FOREVER. WE KNOW THIS! But...so what if there's a small community on Tumblr that doesn't believe that, or actually likes how they are, is fat but ::gasp:: still actually healthy,or just wants to take a fucking break from this fucked up fatphobic world to look at other fat people in cute ass clothes? WHO CARES?! Everyone is so different...we lead different lives, we have different preferences, and we CERTAINLY have different health/bodies...you can't actually believe that everyone that looks like you should have the same goal else they deserve to be lectured and pitied. You are smarter than that. Yay for you if you want to lose weight, and yay for people who don't want to right now or ever. Ima worry about myself.
    And it seems you owe Marfmellow an apology for making her your little poster child for all that you deem shameful....but I believe you also owe her a thank you for all these views tho! Take a note from her, man....daring to love yourself as you are right now despite this fucked up world is way more inspiring than waggin' fingers at people who are buried in that all day.

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    1. If we are all different and we all have different views and opinions....what makes my article wrong? The only thing that is debatable is the use of the image. As far as the article, you just entitled me to have these thoughts/views and opinions. Please you or anyone copy and paste where I said that "We know that being thin will land you a perfect partner, a perfect job, you will be able to run 100 miles effortlessly, fart rainbows and lollipops,..." Please copy and paste anybody anything that I said that is negative?!!!! You can't and if you do, it will only make you look a certain way, not me. I don't need to thank her for the views. I wrote something controversial and at the end of the day that's what led people here and kept people here, they followed on IG and subscribed...so they aren't THAT mad. Daring to love ourselves where we are is awesome, and is only the first step. This post did not only encourage and praise those that do so, but it also suggested that take it a step further. I truly feel sorry for people that have no desire to change. This applies to health, education, or just working towards being a better person in general. I still laugh and find it funny that NO ONE found it insulting or fat shaming that she referred to me and HERSELF as Fat Bitches?!!!! Tell me what kind of self love is that? Please tell me/show me the honor and self love in that?! She said far more negative stuff in her video than I've ever said in this post or anything I've ever put up online. Its astounding to me that suggesting....*key word* SUGGESTING that we evaluate our individual health (based on what we deem is good for our bodies) is negative, fat shaming or fatphobic, yet her referring to herself and myself as FAT BITCHES IS NOT!!!!!!!! Think about that! This is honestly why a honest sincere apology hasn't been given. I do not understand marf, the group of individuals that follow her and her antics. They make no sense. No matter how many people comment saying everything you just said, my opinions and thoughts remain the same. I stick by what I say, that the photo of Marf is not a reflection of self love in any way shape or form. That is MY OPINION. You are entitled to yours and I am entitled to mine. Once again, all the fatphobic, fat shaming claims you and everyone else have made against me are completely false. No sane person that reads this post will buy it.

      I live in the same world you live in as a plus girl. I've been called names, I've dealt with men that liked me, yet not wanting to be seen with me or claim me as their girlfriend...I've been through it all. Because I love myself now, the things I see on TV don't bother me, the names people call me don't bother me, these comments don't bother me! So tell me, if you love yourself, and you are convinced that you are living the life you want to live, in the body you want to live it in...Why does this post bother you? Because you finally found somebody that encouraged you to love yourself where you are and stay the way you are??? And I "came for them?" Which I did not!.....
      I'll wait....

      I want people to want better for themselves and I want her to view herself as more than a "Poor, Transgender Fat bitch." Those were her own words.......not mine....and somehow to you and everyone else...that video is a banner of self love...and she "school'd me." Evaluate yourself...Remaining the same throughout life, in any situation is not good, nor is it a badge of honor. Evolve....

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    2. My blog post, I feel is compassionate. My response video, not as much. I had no choice but to express my honest opinions in that video after the Marf Mob came after me. Also after she referred to us as "Fat Bitches," which still hasn't been explained to me how such a statement isn't fatphobic, fatshaming or a representation of self love and respect . Once again.... Hateful comments have been deleted, not negative comments. As you can see those still remain, as well as your comments that I've published after seeing you are not in agreement of this post. I am open to dialog, which is why I'm responding to you. You are stating your opinion without telling me to kill myself. So are you saying I deserve those comments?

      I am responding to you because you are actually telling me how you feel which is GREAT. I still however don't understand where I've said that I look down on Fat people. I said I feel sorry for anyone who doesn't want to change in any aspect of life! Who wants to remain the same in anything? I sure as hell would never stay at a job for 10 years without a promotion or raise. No where in this blog did I directly attack anyone. Suggesting that we take a hard look at ourselves isn't an attack. I didn't write it in a forceful manner. This post is SIMPLY a SUGGESTION. I'm not offended by your suggestion/invitation I to reevaluate myself and be a little more compassionate, maybe I need to do so! What's wrong that? Meaning if I say, reevaluate your health and make changes based on what you feel your body needs...what's the freaking problem with that? No matter how the message is delivered, if people don't want to hear it...it won't be received, and anyone that strays away from whats normal or accepted will be a target. Even if its delivered in the most humble and sincere way....Thank you for sharing your thoughts and feelings. I will also reevaluate myself and my level of compassion in this post, there is no harm in that. I just want people to do the same. We are adults, we've grown out of our childish ways. Therefore, our potty training and spoon feeding days are over. I've said what I needed to, the best way I know how and I was prepared for the backlash.

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    3. My blog post, I feel is compassionate. My response video, not as much. I had no choice but to express my honest opinions in that video after the Marf Mob came after me. Also after she referred to us as "Fat Bitches," which still hasn't been explained to me how such a statement isn't "fatphobic", "fatshaming," or a lack of self love and respect . Once again.... Hateful comments have been deleted, not negative comments. As you can see those still remain, as well as your comments that I've published after seeing you are not in agreement of this post. I am open to dialog, which is why I'm responding to you. You are stating your opinion without telling me to kill myself. So are you saying I deserve those comments?

      I am responding to you because you are actually telling me how you feel which is GREAT. I still however don't understand where I've said that I look down on Fat people. I said I feel sorry for anyone who doesn't want to change in any aspect of life! Who wants to remain the same in anything? I sure as hell would never stay at a job for 10 years without a promotion or raise. No where in this blog did I directly attack anyone. Suggesting that we take a hard look at ourselves isn't an attack. I didn't write it in a forceful manner. This post is SIMPLY a SUGGESTION. I'm not offended by your suggestion/invitation I to reevaluate myself and be a little more compassionate, maybe I need to do so! What's wrong that? Meaning if I say, reevaluate your health and make changes based on what you feel your body needs...what's the freaking problem with that? No matter how the message is delivered, if people don't want to hear it...it won't be received, and anyone that strays away from whats normal or accepted will be a target. Even if its delivered in the most humble and sincere way....Thank you for sharing your thoughts and feelings. I will also reevaluate myself and my level of compassion in this post, there is no harm in that. I just want people to do the same. We are adults, we've grown out of our childish ways. Therefore, our potty training and spoon feeding days are over. I've said what I needed to, the best way I know how and I was prepared for the backlash.

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  28. Some of you in the comments should be ashamed of yourselves. Why are we so brainwashed into attacking those of us who not only want to do better in health for themselves, but for others as well? This needs to stop.

    American is the most sickest, out of shape Burger-N-Shake eating country in the world. We are 5% of the world's population, yet we are 80% of the world's drug intakers. We are the most out of shape and overweight country, aswell. We are a collection of people who die every day of Heart Disease, Cancer, Liver and Kidney failure, and yet we are the first to take umbrage with anyone expressing displeasure in our own failure to maintain the body that God gave is.

    How about we get angry at ourselves, and at our culture for allowing this to be the norm? And allowing one another to not rise and take responsibility for ourselves for our nation's issues?

    I don't want to leave this world prematurely, or stay in it with avoidable health issues. Nothing wrong with loving yourself as you are, but love yourself enough to be the best you can ACTUALLY BE, and not just what you believe you are able to be. Don't sell yourself short because you don't want to be anything more. God made us all beautiful. However, we are also held responsible for the treatment, or mistreatment of our bodies, which is God's Temple.

    - Joseph Gilbert

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