Britain: a summary

mydogsnokes:

o yea the 90s. the 90s were great. fuckin sick. raw as hell. learning how to speak. crying for no reason. shitting in my diaper

zanemalicks:

tbh i used to think skinny shaming was a thing but its not and no its not a way of stigmatizing eating disorders or anything. the thing about skinny shaming is that its almost like claiming “reverse oppression” or whatever. you have to realize that you still fit into the societal norm and accepted form of beauty. you’re not gonna be looked at in public like you’re gross or something. being skinny has not become synonymous to ugly like being fat is. Yes, skinny people can have problems with their bodies and im not saying that they are not allowed to, I am saying that they are gonna be taken more seriously than someone who is fat. Skinny shaming does not result in the pervasive fear or hatred or whatever of skinny people. Fat has become a word seen as insult with negative connotations attached. When people say “oh you look thin” or “wow, you look so skinny” or “wow you lost weight” we say thank you and feel good about ourselves but when someone says “you look fat” they mean it as insult.

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