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Lana Del Rey for Madame Figaro
Photograph by James White

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crimewave420:

WHEN I SHOW UP 2 THA FUNCTION UNANNOUNCED 

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metrogoon:

If you’d rather go to a club than a museum, you deserve to be unhappy.

museum? what the fuck is in a museum? they got bitches in museums? alive bitches?

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Response to Thin Privilege Deniers

thisisthinprivilege:

I have already posted this on my own Tumblr but I thought I should submit it here. This is something that I have been thinking about and a response to those that come onto these blogs asking about “what about thin shaming?!” or “thin people get made fun of too!” While I am of the  mind that body shaming in general is wrong, fat people get far more than what thin people do. So…

This is in response to thin privilege deniers:

  • If you can get on a plane without having to pay for an extra seat, you have thin privilege.
  • If you can go out in public without having someone say something derogatory about your body shape, you have thin privilege.
  • If you can go to a store and the majority of the clothes there can fit you, then you have thin privilege.
  • If you have magazines that portray and adulate your body size, you have thin privilege.
  • If the media doesn’t constantly tell you how bad your body shape is, you have thin privilege.
  • If your body shape is the thin ideal constantly portrayed in the media, you have thin privilege.
  • If you can go out and eat foods like hamburgers and fries without anyone so much as batting their eyes, you have thin privilege.
  • If you can go to a doctor and get treatment for whatever ails you without being questioned, lectured or prescribed “weight loss,” you have thin privilege.
  • If you aren’t told that your body type is a bad example for children, you have thin privilege.
  • If you aren’t in fear that your children will be taken away because of your weight, you have thin privilege.
  • If you can get a promotion more easily than your fat counterparts at your job because your appearance is more desirable and “easy on the eyes” for clients, you have thin privilege.
  • If you aren’t in fear of losing your health insurance because of your weight, you have thin privilege.
  • If you aren’t told by your boss to “lose weight or be fired” or any insinuation of thus, you have thin privilege.
  • If you don’t have people haranguing you at the grocery store, or even taking “bad food” items out of your cart, you have thin privilege.
  • If you never had your family members, particularly mothers, get on you about “how fat” you are getting, you have thin privilege.
  • If your body type isn’t being politicized, then you have thin privilege.
  • If your body type isn’t classified by the government as a “disease,” you have thin privilege.
  • If the government isn’t actively trying to eradicate your body type, you have thin privilege.
  • If you ever had to use a scooter or mobility cart at the store and you aren’t looked upon with outright derision because of your more idealistic body type, you have thin privilege.
  • If you aren’t discriminated at all because your body type fits society’s thin ideal, then you have thin privilege.
  • If you can go anywhere on the Internet and not see people with your body shape being concern trolled, made fun of and met with disgust, you have thin privilege.
  • If your body shape isn’t the butt of jokes, particularly if you are female, you have thin privilege.
  • If you aren’t being outright shamed either online or in real life because of your body shape, you have thin privilege.
  • Basically, If you are treated as a respectable human being instead of being viewed and treated as some sort of freak show, then you have thin privilege.

Please feel free to add more that you can think of.

Elm Nehmara

This is a joke right?