its all the fast food, processed meat and high fructose corn syrup people consume- makes me sick to even think about it.
i just think if fat people spent the time they do preaching fat acceptance in the gym they could actually not be fat.
For a lot of people, processed food is the only option. Low income people have a lot less options when it comes to feeding themselves and their families. When given 5 dollars, they can either chose to make a salad that will feed them MAYBE for one dinner OR 5 one dollar meals that may be processed but will ensure that no one is hungry. Sure some people can afford to eat "better", but a lot of fat people cannot.
As for high fructose- corn is a MAJOR subsidized crop in the US. It's almost impossible to avoid corn syrup or corn byproducts. Almost everything not fresh has corn or high fructose in it.
And for your last point about fat people going to the gym- what if they can't afford a gym membership? What if they're too busy working to work out? What of they're disabled and cannot work out or risk injuring themselves or exaughsting themselves beyond the point of being able to do daily tasks?
The fact of the matter is that fat people deserve respect, not to be called "fatties". Fat people want to be RESPECTED. That's all. They don't want everyone to be fat. And for a lot of fat people, especially in America, healthy living is not a choice. They can't afford it or don't have the time. Minimum wage is too low and living costs are too high for them to focus on reaching the ideal lifestyle- they're just trying to make it through the day.
There are more societal factors to weight than just "they're lazy".
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