Fighting the Fat Belief
Every day, there are words everywhere, concerning the body shape and movement of women. The media has elevated this idea of "fat acceptance" that any female woman should be comfortable in their own body– which is true. All women should not feel ashamed to walk around and live each day with the feel of other people's judgment about how they look; however, fat acceptance is not about staying in one's current state but looking to improve it.
As an athletic and curvy women myself, I do my best to stay healthy and in shape whenever possible. The idea of "fat acceptance" should focus on the idea of improving oneself and body shape while feeling good and proud of the way it is, rather than believing their feminine body is "good enough" for themselves and they don't need to pay any attention to taking care of it.
The media is not letting women know that they should have pride in their look AND have pride in how they are winning their battle with weight loss. Other people and bystanders want to help these women transform their bodies and relieve them of their "fatsuit" so they become healthier and more able to improve the health of all women around them. "Fat acceptance" is not a healthy message but rather an idea that doesn't address the entire issue about women's pride in their own figure.
We should help spread the message of using the appropriate methods towards good health and habits to help struggling women overcome their battle with the burden of weight and the curse of body fat.