SERIOUSLY THIS IS A THOUSAND TIMES MORE FUCKING LIKELY
Hi! Thanks for the question. I do understand where your concern comes from; however, this is not a rape case. They started dating when she was 17....
It’s fascinating…the things that I am supposed to be “flattered” by. People practically demand that I be flattered by certain mistreatment, injustice and oppression, and then question my level of “sensitivity” or even my intelligence when I am not flattered.
IDK about you guys, but I don’t fucking want my kids to be malnourished because there isn’t enough “good stuff” in the food they are eating.
I don’t want my kids to go through school having some half-assed understanding of nutrition, and being made to believe that calorie count is an indication of healthiness.
I don’t want people in lower income classes to be forced to eat unhealthy food because that is all that is sold in their price range.
I don’t want to have to scour the city in pursuit of a half-way-decent grocery store.
I don’t want to not be able to go out to dinner with my family because everything on the menu is over 100% of my recommended daily allowance of sodium, fat, or sugar.
I didn’t see one person disagree with you that the way our food system is set up is bad and needs to be fixed, for all people because if it was fixed fat people would still exist. Continuing the label fat bodies as inherently unhealthy while trying to divorce the “obesity” epidemic from fat stigma and the people who benefit from that stigma is a huge problem.
This also ignores that body acceptance that reinforces stigma and oppression creates a line of what is considered acceptable. Reasons why I’m not an advocate for body acceptance. There are too many people who are completely happy with pushing fat stigma (along with racism, ableism and most other -isms) and creating boxes around what an acceptable body is especially when using things like health as an excuse.
Well, of course, everything Fatbodypolitics said.
But I find that my outer pedant will not let something go by. Recommended Daily Allowance does not mean the MOST they recommend you have in a day, it means the MINIMUM they recommend you have in a day to keep from having deficiencies. One meal that covers more than the absolute minimum the government thinks you should have is not actually a bad thing.
Oh, and those numbers are vastly overgeneralized and not terribly accurate anyway.
So, you know, before you started complaining about other people’s half-assed understanding of nutrition, maybe you should improve your own.