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Married at First Sight star body shames plus-size mannequin, says it promotes 'early death' trib.al/IEKVWtl

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Speaking as a fat person: he鈥檚 not wrong
 
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Overweight people need clothes to wear to the gym. But normalizing obesity is not a good thing. I鈥檓 not saying being small is the goal. But healthy and strong is. Not sure how many ppl weight 300lbs at 5鈥2 have a healthy BMI. A generation setting itself up for lifelong battles.
 
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So he's correct. What of it?
 
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eat less carbs and sugar more meat. slim down faster then you'd ever know. I lost 50 lbs in a month.
 
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Lmao mannequins getting offended now?
 
 
 
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I get what he's saying but that mannequin isn't that big
 
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鈥淏ody shaming鈥 inanimate objects now, Jesus wept.
 
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He's right but I've also know people who were in shape drop dead of heart attacks while exercising too. Sometimes its just genetics
 
 
 
 
 
It does and the elites want population control. anyone getting mad at people pointing this out should understand the promotion of obesity is for population control and also deconstruction of mental health and society by people who pretend to be advocates but really want their end
 
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He鈥檚 mistaken. Those are workout clothes. It鈥檚 promoting workout. I know people who are too ashamed to try.
 
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He sounds like a very sensible man.
 
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How is that body shaming?
 
 
 
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Mannequins have feelings now? 馃ぃ
 
 
 
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Nothing wrong with a plus size mannequin to display how an outfit may look on a person. The hypocrisy in his childish display of disapproval is that the outfit shown is exercise wear that promotes a healthy lifestyle. He鈥檚 just arrogant, selfish and conceded. Not a surprise.
 
 
 
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You can't shame an inanimate object, or a Tesla owner.
 
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I have no problem with them having workout clothes in XL
 
 
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that mannequin body type is more of a shot-put type body rather than obese body type
 
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Have these body types and fat activists show their blood work if there are no consequences to living that way.
 
 
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Being fat is unhealthy, however, people need to start somewhere to get healthy and heavy people need clothes to workout in.
 
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yes it does. good for him 馃憤
 
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He's right tho....
 
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Ever notice how many more fat people there are since fat shaming became taboo?
 
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He鈥檚 right. - The Management
 
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Can you "body shame" a mannequin?
 
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It does, like a mannequin holding a cigarette or a alcoholic drink - all proven scientific fact.
 
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Married at First Sight star didn't lie
 
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How is that "shaming". It's "truthing".
 
 
 
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He鈥檚 right though 馃し馃徑鈥嶁檪锔
 
 
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and this is news ?
 
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I actually agree with that . Fat is not healthy
 
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Obesity is not healthy
 
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Obesity is suicide. Just slower, more depressing agonizing. That's what you support if you encourage people to be obese.
 
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It not shaming, its stating facts
 
 
 
 
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Truth is hurtful sometimes
 
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He's not wrong. Obesity shortens life span. Facts don't care about your feelings. nih.gov/news-events/ne鈥
 
 
 
 
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Well it鈥檚 work out clothes, so they have to start somewhere
 
 
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He鈥檚 spitting facts tho
 
 
 
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Body shames a mannequin 馃ぃ Poor mannequin鈥檚 feelings. Wait! Should it be called a wommequin馃憖馃槀馃槀 Hell with the fat chick? What if it identifies as a man? But also likes to be called paintself馃 paintequin
 
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Thanks for speaking out
 
 
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IT DOES!!!! anyone who doesn't see that is a straight up idiot!! as some one that has been over 300 pound being big is SO UNHEALTHY and caused me to have a bunch of health issues!!!
 
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How many elderly obese people have you met in your life?
 
 
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The fast food industry and corporations are funding obesity acceptance. It is deranged and irresponsible.
 
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Mannequins have feelings now? Shit has really changed.
 
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You can shame an inanimate object?
 
 
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Think he鈥檚 wrong seeing super skinny just isn鈥檛 normal
 
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I'm pretty sure obesity is well known to be linked to early death and various other health complications.
 
 
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