Now what I am going to post is tough to read. You’re going to be annoyed and frustrated and probably won’t finish reading it. I beg of you to try. Here we go.
SO let’s try to get through all of this. I am going to remain calm and not be mean to this person who hates when other people are happy about weight loss. I’ve decided to be nicer in 2019. In 2018 I was mean and told people they should sit on a spiked bat until the spikes reach their heart if this is how they think. In 2019 I don’t speak that way so I won’t say that, it’s mean and it’s not needed. That was me in 2018, this is 2019 so we are going to be nice.
First thing about this. “Please stop faving & rting before and after photos of weight loss & putting it on the TL they’re incredibly triggering for people in eating disorder recovery and they frame the narrative that fat people are merely before photos. Stop putting that shit on my timeline.” This is just a flat-out lie. This does not get retweeted to make other fatties feel bad, it’s a celebration of what they achieved. It’s to say congrats awesome job, you’re an inspiration. These thing’s aren’t about people who are still fat and to make it about you because you can’t lose weight isn’t fair to dismiss their hard work. The second part about stop putting it on your timeline.. Honey you control your own timeline.
Next, “Before & after photos that promote the black & white idea of a “healthy vs unhealthy body” or “bad vs good body” paint a dehumanizing narrative for fat people. if you RT/fav these before & after tweets that occasionally go viral I’ll assume you don’t see fat people as fully human.” It literally promotes a celebration. This again was a dumb point by you, dumb and thick-headed.
My favorite part, “In 2019 if you are truly an ally to people of all genders and all body types you need to include anti fatphobic language into your activism. You need to include fat activism. You need to fight fatphobia in activist spaces.” This is irony on a grand level. You are mad at people for celebrating others and their success and demeaning what they do, while telling other people to not demean others even though they aren’t. Weird.
Now I’m not going to go much farther. You can read what she wrote she just keeps saying the same thing over and over and it is all incorrect and all ridiculous. Listen nobody retweets this or favorites this stuff because they hate fat people. They want to celebrate the success of others. You want to stop the success of other’s because you’re unhappy with yourself and don’t have the will power to lose weight. That’s your problem, don’t try to bring others down for your problem. That goes for everyone.
Now in 2019 I am being nice remember so I am not going to go on my tirade about telling this person something mean, In 2018 I would have made some jokes and said if all of this really bothers you poke your eyes out and eat them. Not going to say that in 2019. I am just going to end this blog with my well put thoughts with spelling errors. I feel so beautiful now for my before and after of blogging.
I wonder if most people agree with me?
PSA for 2019: Stop trying to censor everything, that’s how ya’ll got so soft in the first place pic.twitter.com/yX4nRPknOk
— J.C (@jojobean_7) January 16, 2019
Thanks for belittling the people who put time and effort into losing weight and becoming more healthy. It's people who weigh 500 pounds and sit around continuing to be unhealthy and are gonna die at like 40 who should be celebrated right?
— hag for pack back (@Niggalod3on) January 16, 2019
You can't get upset about ppl celebrating progress in their personal journey tho… those posts aren't about you… It's about that person & their triumphs. Social media may not be the place for you til you get to a better place w/yourself honestly..
— DarrellF29 (@DarrellF29) January 16, 2019
Being overweight is never healthy. And people losing weight is important. And we should continue to push people to live healthier and happier lifestyles. pic.twitter.com/CmLrAnjfhC
— Clayton. (@_ClaytonJames) January 16, 2019
In 2019 I'm going to continue to share my weightloss journey because it's part of my story , I will continue to encourage people and let everyone know that anything is possible. -73 pounds and happy asf pic.twitter.com/FNyNY2t0L7
— Kasssy_x3 (@kasssyx3) January 17, 2019
Maybe you should pic.twitter.com/HFWUBMF8pp
— Legal Alien (@UncleObz) January 16, 2019
I genuinely do not want people posting pictures of their corgis, because I want a corgi and it triggers me. pic.twitter.com/DQfxFKC00p
— delia diaz (@Deliauhhh) January 16, 2019
So let me get this straight. People recovering from eating disorders can post progress pictures of their weight gain and show how far they've come in confidence, but people can't do the opposite and show their new found confidence and health? Seems a bit unfair and frankly, rude
— Jraybozy (@Jraybozy) January 17, 2019
PS: This is something we should probably actually do
PSA for 2019: please stop RTing or Favoriting the final to NFL games, it’s triggering for fans of the team who lost and pushes a false narrative, no score keeping in 2019 please https://t.co/GtICZptMT9
— Ru (@ImJust_Ru) January 16, 2019
I have a point.