Adele’s Fit Shaming! In this episode of “Confessions of an Obese Child” we look at recent stories how Adele’s massive weight loss and how many people are not happy with hit and are “fit-shaming” her. We look into why these people are doing it, how in fact the body positive movement is horrible for obese people, and if you really love someone, you will encourage them to lose weight so their life expectancy wouldn’t drop.
Adele’s “Fit Shaming”
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