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Daniellé GIFLord DASH May 15
wyd sis? he’s a whole nazi.
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Jameela Jamil 🌈 May 16
Not at all, I just think carrying on the narrative that it’s ok to hit out at people for weight, even in retaliation, just furthers the cultural norm of attacking fat people. We need to attack HIM and what he’s is and what he’s doing. It makes him sound harmless otherwise. ❤️
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Jameela Jamil 🌈
But if we continue to use “fat” as an insult, we are condemning fat. It makes innocent fat people feel like there is something wrong with them, when they see people who are normally “in support” of them, and “BoPo” suddenly turn around and make fun of size and fat. IMO.
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Amy McCallion May 16
As a 'fat' person, I find you (a skinny person) saying 'fat people' quite insulting, like your using a person's weight/size to define or catagorise them, us 'fat people' are much more then just what size we are and don't need to be labeled as anything other then just 'people'
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Jameela Jamil 🌈 May 16
Ah I apologize if I have offended you but I’ve been educated by self appointed “Fat Activists” that using “fat” is more appropriate as it then destigmatizes the word. As rightfully, there is nothing wrong with actual fat. To think of the word as an insult is to say fat is bad.
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Jameela Jamil 🌈 May 16
I was speaking about slim celebrities saying it. Which I do think is really harmful. I don’t think any of us, whatever my size may be, should use “fat” as an insult ever, and there are NUMEROUS fat activists who have also said this. It hurts them. It promotes anti fatness. X
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Jameela Jamil 🌈 May 16
I’m not lecturing you like a child. I’m simply explaining my point of view, in that it’s important to just eradicate fat-phobic bullying from our rhetoric full stop. You entered a debate. This is how debates work. Nobody is lecturing anyone.
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