itsoktobethin:

natsunohana:

itsoktobethin:

prairielullaby:

so inspirational xoxo

Dude, the the fuck outta the body positive tag. Seriously. Some people have natural thigh gaps. Me included. It’s not something I asked for, or worked for, it’s just fucking there. Not to mention you are making fun of people with mental illnesses. You aren’t making some sort of profound post. You are shaming people on so many levels. 

I think the picture is aimed at people who desperately try to achieve thigh gaps and will do every and anything to do so, not people who were born with them. 

“Not to mention you are making fun of people with mental illnesses. ”

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gscottleonard:

How can “thin-privilege” be a serious sociological phenomenon in a world in which 25,000 people die of hunger-related causes every day and a nation in which one-third of adults are obese? I definitely believe that people should not be ashamed of their body and that thin people are, for the most part, treated better socially than heavy-set individuals in the developed world, but these facts do not create an across-the-board “privilege” that thin people posses. 

doublethek:

I think it’s ridiculous. It’s a bunch of people complaining about fat-shaming while, ironically, they’re busy thin-shaming.

Like, I have nothing against people who are fat, and I think it’s wrong to judge people based on weight, because there are a lot of reasons why people can…

It’s OK to be Thin: So I ran across this Tumblr called ‘This is Thin Privilege.”

khiramisu:

itsoktobethin:

Thanks for calling me clever. =)

Also, I’m not missing the point. The point of blogs like TITP is to point out how fat people have it worse off. The problem with TITP is that is blames everything on thin people and society and mentions nothing about self…

It’s OK to be Thin: khiramisu: itsoktobethin: Thanks for calling me clever. =) Also, I’m…