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Michael's Servant 10-26-2017 08:00 PM

2743: Momentum
With Peyton Clarkson ó The roller-coaster of sobriety; divorce, presents, and parents; Swiss investment adviser and racist Marc Faber; a resort for solely obese people; a $1,000 New York bagel; The Walking Dead celebrates their 100th episode with zombies on your commute; man sentenced to 3 months in Dubai for accidentally touching another manís hip; your next step in life; Eminem vs. President Trump; comedy audiences in small towns vs. big cities

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marykae 10-27-2017 07:24 AM


I'm not hitting on you or anything. My boyfriend is moving in today.

But I'll take that god damn childhood kitten book.

Do you also happen to have the Roly Poly Puppy?

Keith 10-27-2017 07:33 AM

I apologize, Apia. I didn’t even think that it was group of rape victims.

Marykae, it was too painful to hold onto.

(Does sound like hitting on to me though...)

Sorin Markov 10-27-2017 07:38 AM

Hearing how Keith thinks of gifts for the people he is in a relationship with is so amazingly romantic and I really wish I could meet a gay guy as romantic and thoughtful as you.

Edit: fat jokes ARE funny

Keith 10-27-2017 07:47 AM

But are you hitting on me?

Sorin Markov 10-27-2017 08:26 AM


Originally Posted by Keith (Post 864066)
But are you hitting on me?

Is that an invite to pound town?

Mermaid 10-27-2017 09:24 AM


Originally Posted by Apia (Post 864061)
Chemda. Thanks for defending fat people. They need a place to just live. You are right and Keith is wrong here.
If you want to evolve read " hunger" by Roxanne Gay.
She was raped as a child and got fat as a response. Haha. She is fat.
The people do not go to the resort to eat. They buy freedom from harassment.

Emotional eating is so common.
Binge eating is most often emotional.

The fact that people view overeating and obesity as a moral deficiency is sad.

The fact that people view "will power" as a strength, only adds to the stigma of being in a larger body.

Also, why do people care about the size of other people's bodies? Why do people get so upset by it? No one is obligated to look a way that is appeasing to you personally.

Health is not a matter of morality.

Mermaid 10-27-2017 09:43 AM

For fact checking reasons...
Obesity Stigma: Important Considerations for Public Health

Stigma and discrimination toward obese persons are pervasive and pose numerous consequences for their psychological and physical health. Despite decades of science documenting weight stigma, its public health implications are widely ignored. Instead, obese persons are blamed for their weight, with common perceptions that weight stigmatization is justifiable and may motivate individuals to adopt healthier behaviors. We examine evidence to address these assumptions and discuss their public health implications. On the basis of current findings, we propose that weight stigma is not a beneficial public health tool for reducing obesity. Rather, stigmatization of obese individuals threatens health, generates health disparities, and interferes with effective obesity intervention efforts. These findings highlight weight stigma as both a social justice issue and a priority for public health.

The findings:

Mermaid 10-27-2017 09:53 AM

I love Peyton.

His accent is comforting and he sounds like he gives good hugs.

The Alabama fight song was such a regular part of my life that I forget that it's a regional thing.

Keith 10-27-2017 12:06 PM


Originally Posted by Mermaid (Post 864073)
Why do people care about the size of other people's bodies?

Werenít you in beauty pageants?

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