Dear Speakers of the (MOSTLY FATPHOBIC) English Language,
I don't & have never talked about my fat & weight as an "issue"* or "problem." It's you that does that, and it is tired, and dated, and SO FUCKING ANNOYING. FYI, when you talk about "my weight issue" or "my weight problem" you are, both through your pitious tone & unexamined terminology, implying several shitty things: a) fat & weight are a problem b) you have a problem with fat (and therefore with me) c) that if i don't consider my size a problem, I OUGHT TO. THIS IS BULLSHIT. I DON'T. CEASE & DESIST. IMMEDIATELY. AND NO, APPENDING "BUT WE ALL HAVE WEIGHT PROBLEMS" does not make it any more universal or okay.
Also, while you're at it feel, free to stop using "slimming" and "minimizing" as your ultimate compliment when giving me props on an outfit. I, unlike a spy, stage show puppeteer, cat burgler, or Odo on special ops, DO NOT dress to disappear. My body exists. I occupy physical space, as much as I want/need, and I WILL NOT apologize for it. I WILL NOT, make myself look/feel smaller to better fit your tiny narrow-minded view.
TRY A WHOLE LOT HARDER TO SUCK A WHOLE LOT LESS, OKAY?
no big fat bunches of corpulent love,
*Fat is certainly an issue. a broad socio-political one for which people experience appaulingly unjust treatment at an institutionalized level. not the teenage kind your parents try to head off by forcing you into bible camp/taking away the car keys on a Friday Night. THANK YOU.