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Woman Says Her Overweight Coworker Is Skinny-Shaming Her

Woman Says Her Overweight Coworker Is Skinny-Shaming Her

It’s never okay to comment on other peoples’ bodies. It’s rude and harassment. Unfortunately, people of size are usually the ones who bear the brunt of fat-shaming and harassment, but is it possible to experience body shaming for being too thin?

That’s what one Redditor is asking after dealing with a coworker who dissects her every meal and constantly makes comments on her body. 

The OP writes that she has been “pretty skinny all my life.” She says she eats healthy most of the time, regularly exercises, and “I also don’t think I’m better than fat people. I think obesity is a complex issue and merely reducing the obesity epidemic to ‘Move More, Eat Less’ doesn’t take into account the socio-economic complexities, mental health issues, physical health issues, etc. I don’t make comments like ‘OMG I’m so fat’ when I eat a slice of cake. I don’t talk about going on diets. I don’t judge other people’s food choices. I don’t…

Woman Asks For Advice About Her Overweight Coworker Skinny-Shaming Her

It’s never okay to comment on other peoples’ bodies. It’s rude and harassment. Unfortunately, people of size are usually the ones who bear the brunt of fat-shaming and harassment, but is it possible to experience body shaming for being too thin? The OP writes that she has been “pretty skinny all my life.”



Woman Says Her Overweight Coworker Is Skinny-Shaming Her

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