I think she's right and honest and it's ok to be that way towards yourself.
What upsets me is when people say things like that towards others in a negative light or judge them because of it. First of all it's none of their business, plus it's just superficial and rude and you don't know what that person is going through and how much your comments could impact them in a negative way.
Fat is disorderly. Disorder is ugly. I don't think she's beautiful. Just like an anorexic girl is ugly, she is ugly. All humans react with disgust to fat and don't enjoy seeing it because it's our nature telling us: "That's wrong, oh no, you don't want to be that."
Maybe other things are about her are beautiful, but her appearance is ugly.
Agree. Overweight or obese can be more descriptive but they all mean over normal weight.
I agree with this. It's not just with being fat though. If people admit that they're less than ideal (fat, ugly, whatever) than it means they are insecure or they're putting themselves down. Some people just know that they're fat (like her) and they are just admitting it. It's not a bad thing. I'm not fat, but I do have an unattractive face. It's very masculine looking. People have been telling me this most of my life, including family members. When I was younger, it bothered me. However, as I got older I started to realize it was true. So I say it, not because I want people to call me pretty, or because I am putting myself down, or just because of insecurity. I am not admitting that I know I am not beautiful.
The thing is, if she was saying that she is skinny, people would tell her she is delusional and call her fat. People would say the same if I tried calling myself beautiful. There is a difference between acknowledging something and putting yourself down.