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Body positivity doesn't
mean normalize being
fat, stop telling people it's okay to be unhealthy
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    • I used to be fat. I was very chubby and was picked on by others about it. I simply grew tired of being called fat and made something out of it. Currently you can easily see five big stretch marks on my stomach from when I used to be overweight. People don’t realize normalization can be a bad thing.
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    • Believe it or not you can love yourself while trying to improve at the same time
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    • To be fair, being unhealthy is bad. But body shaming is not ok either, its fine to encourage people to lose weight, but often times insulting them about it actually has the opposite effect because most overweight people eat as a coping habit.
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    • As an overweight person, I believe that being fat shouldnt be ok. I know what it's like to be fat cause I am fat and trust me, being fat aint that fun.
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    • Just don’t treat people like shit god damn it ain’t that hard. No don’t glorify being unhealthy but also don’t fucking shit on them for being fat. Give them a reason be healthier and ENCOURAGE them
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    • As a fat dude, I endorse this message. I live an unhealthy lifestyle, I have no misconceptions there. But I absolutely hate dumbasses who are like "I'm 400 pounds and still beautiful!" Bitch no you ain't. I'm sweaty all the time, I haven't seen my own dick without a mirror in months, and I have
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    • Body positivity is very complex topic
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    • Body positivity should be encouraging people to become healthy in a positive manner
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    • And body positivity doesn’t just mean obese is ok. It can also mean chubby is ok, and being chubby isn’t obese, being obese is obese
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    • Fat people are a disease to society. Hear me out. These ignorant fucking people do not care about their own well being and thus do not care about survival. In a natural environment these people would be eradicated through that fucking idea that guy had idk i give up, dont laugh just cringe please ty
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    • Yes, body positivity is for people who are disfigured for whatever reason, you're amazing! But it is okay for people to feel confident with their appearance. Their happiness shouldn't affect you, you don't have to support them but you really don't have to be rude either.
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    • I use to be 280 pounds in high school and did absolutely nothing with my time. No friends, no hobbies, and no confidence. During my senior year one day I had a coming to God moment and realized that I wasn't going to be shit doing nothing and over the last 5 years I've been slowly 1/2
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    • Body shaming literally just means stop being assholes to people based on their body
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    • Bring bullying back
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    • I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again. Encourage someone to meet their goals and don’t be a dick. I’m not exactly skin and bones so when someone says something inspiring it’s a lot more effective than someone being a dick.
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    • No you should still bully fat people.
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    • Honestly I disagree with bullying someone for their weight (as in making jokes at their expense) but also the fat acceptance movement. We should normalize self-love being when you work on making yourself better, while also educating about risks of obesity and encouraging people to seek help for-
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    • Body positivity is for people missing a leg, arm, or suffer irreversible damage. Not cows that made the transition to whales
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    • I get you should feel beautiful in your own skin, but that extra 150 pounds of fat will never be supported by me personally.
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    • Aren’t you people tired of bitching about the same issues over and over and fucking over?
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    • Ok, but why pitch shift the song.
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    • I think body positivity started as being happy with who you are so you could better yourself and it turned into some feminoon type movement where people say they should be happy being severely obese and unhealthy. I was very obese and I was always happy but I knew I had to be healthier. Self love
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    • He was then cancelled by Twitter and its retard army
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    • Actual Body Positvity - People with severe deformations and extreme damage such as severe burn scars are still human beings and shouldn’t be afraid to show themselves in public alone. “Body Positivity” - It’s okay for me to be fat because I’m better than you.
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    • It means being nice about it and helping them get back in shape
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    • Are the only people that are "normalizing" it white girls like usual?
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    • What’s the point of the song, filters, the dude, or the whole video
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    • As a fat person i agree
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    • As someone who’s a lil chubby, even though I’m actively losing weight I like to know that I’m accepted and that there are clothes lines/models I can identify with. Especially because when I’m skinny I’m still bigger than most girls cuz I’m a bit taller, broad shouldered and have wide hips.
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    • What’s that song
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    • What kind of retard posts this. It's like women jumping on the "men are victims" train. Just stfu
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    • In the same way that idolizing obesity isn't "body positive", Constantly telling overweight people that they're disgusting and to hate themselves until they're skinny is not "promoting health"
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    • Okay but now im seizing
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    • Body positivey should mean improving yourself from your current state. Instead of being 50 lbs overweight, why not cut it down to 25? Too skinny? Gain 10 lbs by working out and eating right. Small steps to getting healthier. I'm not saying everyone needs to become a bodybuilder or athlete but
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    • Body positivity means being okay with not being okay with your body. It's meant to help push yourself so that you feel better, not someone else feels better when they look at you.
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    • I just avoid the subject because people get really pissed (I’m not a fan of obesity)
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    • if u wanna lose weight youve gotta believe n give it a go everyday doing some sort of physical activity . My weight increased alot in highschool n i hit 305 lbs but by lifting weights for a yr straight n cutting my diet i dropped back down to 190
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    • Some people don't want to be healthy and honestly. It's none of my fucking business. You want a heart attack at 40? Do you babe. I aint losing any sleep about it
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    • Safe and sound is my favourite song
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    • You shouldn't be bullied for your weight. And companies shouldn't promote a unrealistic body shape. Being overweight is extremely unhealthy and "body positivity" tells kids it's okay to be overweight.
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    • Fat people seething at this one
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    • Is being 190 and 5’7 considered fat? I need to know.
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    • Body positivity about fat people is only acceptable when they are trying to loose weight
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    • What this nigga staring at the camera have to do with it lolll
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    • Bro i need to burn ass fat and thigh fat to lose weight cause that's where all my weight is.
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    • God damn that scale change on safe and sound has me shook
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    • I fluctuate with my weight but usually stay in my normal BMI now I will work on gaining muscle and getting lean. I agree with this message 100%
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    • This dude put literally minimal effort into this and it’s somehow featured on here holy shit
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    • EXPOSED ALL KARENS AND MARTHAS AND DONS
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    • STOP TELLING PEOPLE ITS OK TO USE STUPID TIC-TAC-TOE FILTERS
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    • Its fat people trying to make themselves feel better about being fat. Start jogging fatass
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    • Lizo is awesome cuz she admits her weight isn’t healthy, she eats healthy and exercises and tries her best to be healthy not skinny. I respect her.
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    • Was this necessary? The music, etc?
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    • Wasn't body positivity for people with defects/injuries that they have no control over?
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    • “As a tub of lard, I approve this message”. -apparently every ifunny pro
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    • Body positivity is learning to be happy with yourself even if you’re not the peak of fitness or attractiveness, however you can still be out of shape and ugly and still be healthy.
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    • From 289 to 200 pounds i been there and yes you can escape it my friends
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    • Facts
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    • Men=fat Women=plus sized
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    • Skinny /= healthy.
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    • Body positivity means you can be happy despite your current physical shape, not encouraging you that being fat is fine
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    • Normalization is usually a bad thing on all subjects.
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    • Only if they actually want to be healthier. Some people are fat and just happier like that and I say let them be if that’s the case. Let people live how they want to live if they’re not bothering anybody
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    • It's nice to see the pendulum swinging and the populace beginning to really reject the toxic positivity, fascism and normalization of offense and hate built by the SJW movement. Self improvement is a beautiful thing that can make one's world brilliantly vibrant.
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    • Ok, cool message, but what did the off key safe and sound, strobe lights, and your ugly mug add to it? In other words, where's the funny
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    • Like I always say, just be Indifferent. Don't support or put down. It's each person's choice to be fat or healthy. If they die young, thats on them. The important thibg is to be educated that being fat is unhealthy tho
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    • I had cancer young. I lost both breasts. I’m still trying to feel good about my “new normal” and it’s hard, looking like this. I work on body positivity and it’s difficult sometimes.
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    • Body acceptance should only be for stuff people can't control.
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    • Fat shaming works
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    • Body positivity should be about how even though you can’t change some things (big nose, frizzy hair, freckles, etc) you still love yourself
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    • I agree with the message but I don't understand why tik tards feel the need to make everything a video about themselves.
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    • People love to claim that they worry about fat people's health. Lbr, if y'all actually did then you would also be worrying about extremely skinny people's health as well.
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    • But remember not to beat yourself up mentally if you're struggling to lose weight, you'll get there.
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    • I agree but dont be a jerk about it.
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    • We need to bring back bullying
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    • Yeah... That's pretty obvious
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    • Body positivity also isn’t just making fun of people for being fat
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    • It's supposed to be about disfiguratuon
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    • Body fat is fine, morbidly obese is not
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    • I do be fat, but alteast im trying to change. I hate my body, and im going to try to lose 20 pounds by new years.
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    • Its okay to be a bit chubby but once you gotta wash between the elbow rolls and lift the neck boob to wash under that then that’s when you need fucking help
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    • No fr tho, it doesn't mean "oh you're ok to eat whatever you want!" It's supposed to be "fuck you don't look like a supermodel?? Health ok? Eating ok? Then you're good"
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    • It is ok to be unhealthy. You don't have to look like an athlete. However, if you CONSTANTLY smell like Pits and Butthole and you can't even get up out of bed on your own, there's a problem that needs to be fixed
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    • People would think a skinny chick that smokes regularly is healthier than someone who's slightly overweight and is enjoying eating an ice cream cone
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    • How is he going to try to preach when his hair looks like a tiny plastic paint brush that's been used many times
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    • Lol I'm skinny and the furthest from a healthy human being
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    • I’m 300 pounds and can touch rim and run a 9 minute mile im built different literally
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    • That's all I'm about, I want you to live as long as you can so you get better and learn about this stupid rock we're living on, so you give a fuck to keep going
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    • Can anyone help me with working out stuff I was putting in that damn work and suddenly I noticed stretch marks on my arms can anybody tell me what's going on with that
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    • Idk, I’ve always viewed the whole “body positivity” thing as a “it’s not your body so don’t be a shithead”. But I guess common kindness ain’t so common
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    • I barely got a pouch of fat but im ashamed of it, I need to lose 10 to 15 pounds and ill be happy but I dont feel like it
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    • I'm 350 and I approve this message. We need to bring back bullying
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    • Were you born looking wirrd or have scars/missing limbs? Don't be ashamed be proud of who you are. Are you a fat fucking waste of space? Hit the damn gym lardass
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    • I’m just against ignorance and self delusion. Being fat is genuinely fine, so long as you’re aware that this means you are likely to be unhealthy.
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