I don't see them as bad people. I also don't see it as my place to comment on their body either but for some reason people just don't like people who are overweight. Why the shallowness?
Most Helpful Guy
No idea to be honest. Giving their negative opinions is usually going to help anyone, though constructive criticism might lead the overweight individual to consider a life change. Downright negative shallow comments are unwarranted and unjustified.5THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
I am an overweight person and have been for a long time. I don't hate on anyone for their body type, but I wanted to point something out to some of these commenters...
Before you judge a person, especially a girl, about their weight... ask yourself these questions.
1- Do you know her medical history? Certain conditions can make one gain weight, or make exercise impossible. Certain allergies can cut out food options as well. For example, I'm allergic to fish and stop breathing if I eat it.
2- Do you know the medication she takes? Some medicines can make a person gain weight at a quick pace. My best friend went from being a toothpick to plus size over a short period because she began to take antidepressants and medications for her other conditions.
3- Do you know her financial background? Eating healthy, working out properly, and even seeing a doctor occasionally for checkups: all super expensive. I live paycheck to paycheck and am uninsured. I buy what food I can afford. Sometimes it's not as simple as "just eat and work out."
4- Do you know her life 100%? Last summer, I was walking at least 5 miles/day but now I have to work and I'm in school full time. I have bills to pay. I don't have time to incorporate exercise when I have 15 hour days between work and school.
So it's honestly not as simple as diet and exercise. Don't judge if you can't walk a mile in someone else's shoes.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE