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- Whales at the pool.
- "Women are afraid of meeting a serial killer. Men are afraid of meeting someone fat."
- Folks, I understand the need to clarify posts occasionally. I've got my head in fat rights and its issues more than many of TITP's followers, so when I approve of a submission it might seem clearer to me than others. This also goes for posts where I haven't checked my privilege in some area and need to edit in order to address an issue of intersectionality. But there's a whole passel of folks out there who intentionally misread TITP posts in order to enjoy some happy fun trolltime. And whatever, that's their perogative. But I'm not going to pretend that shit deserves a response. I still might respond. But I certainly do not feel compelled to.
- I do not have anything against this blog; however, i would like to point out that dying from complications due to weight IS a death of natural causes. Unless it has to do with an outside force, it's called natural-caused death. If there are issues with medicine prescribed due to weight, then yes, that wouldn't be a natural cause, but things like heart attacks or other issues are all natural. It's still a death of natural cause.