This is our time and there will be consequences.
"He was like, 'I'd never date you in real life. You're too big for me.'"
"I will still put myself out there because if I shut up and hide, I'll let the haters win."
Obesity is a medical condition, not an opportunity for comic relief. But when I express this emotion, the response is “chup be rondhu, yeh le samosa kha”.
Amanda Parker's photo went viral when it was stolen by a man who added the caption "AyEatcha Curry" – a cruel play on the name of celebrity cookbook author Ayesha Curry.
"What they're saying is that there's really nothing more than what meets the eye. So, my strategy is to not care about this as much as possible."
"I got 48 straight hours of constant hate mail."
«Je refuse de laisser des chiffres sur une balance me définir.»
La boutique a ensuite répondu au message choc de cette mère qui défendait sa fille de 13 ans sur Facebook.
"I don't care if you think my stomach pops out or if I don't fit into your idea of beautiful."
How hard can 3 words be, and why?
Her weight loss campaign is called "Built That Way".
But I'm not lazy.
Based on these Whisper confessions.
"We are no less valuable at 200 lbs as we are at 120 lbs."
How incredibly efficient.
"If I were 120 pounds eating a pizza in my underwear on Tumblr I would be 'quirky,' and 'cute,' and 'real.'"
"We don't want to see your 'sausage rolls,'" the dress code memo told female students.
Calling all fat shamers.
Yep, this keeps happening.
Update: Facebook has responded in a statement and removed "feeling fat" as one of their status update options.
"I'd heard of trolls projecting their misery onto others through unkind words. I'd rather be fat."
Instagram has since reinstated her account and apologized.
"I hate you Forever 21. I hate you so much."
The Texas Rangers slugger got very nude for a cover of ESPN Magazine's 2014 Body Issue.
Tell 'em, Queenie!
Meghan Tonjes is the queen.
Really good work, human race.
It tries to be funny by making fun of fat, old ladies, and of course celebrating bOObs. Directed by Jody Hill (creator of "Eastbound and Down" and director/writer of "Observe & Report").