Have you ever find yourself in a situation where you are constantly being bullied for been thin, or you get frequently asked that don’t you eat?, or you can’t always find a perfect size of your cloth because your waist line is too slim or the cloth doesn’t just fit properly, so you always end up adjusting the cloth? Well if you answer is yes, then this article is for you.
When I was growing up, I was frequently harassed with names that are quite annoying like lepa, dry bone, and toothpick. Oh, it affected my self-confidence, I felt I was ugly and didn’t belong anywhere but has time gone by, I developed a thick skin to this comments and that prompted me to be proud about who I am.
The irony is just that you find plus sized people wanting to lose weight, while it is vice versa for the skinny ones but nevertheless it doesn’t matter whether you are thin, fat, tall, short, whatever, you are beautifully and wonderfully made and if someone can’t accept you for that then they should deal with it.
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You know, being thin/slim/skinny, whatever you call it, is actually a good thing, in the sense that you can breathe easily without difficulty, you are more agile, Airlines won’t charge you extra to fly, you can eat whatever you want because your body runs on fast metabolism, you won’t get frequently acquainted with back pain, heart disease is also less common and the list goes on and on
so, next time you see a skinny person, please don’t say you are thin, we are not blind, yes we know and we are proud about it also we eat, so much than you can imagine, our body won’t just show it( nature at work you know), and we don’t always get the fitted cloth so we make adjustments too. But most importantly, stop bullying us, so far we are healthy; we don’t need your observations.
We are not anorexic, we are not sick, yes we are thin, it’s a body type, deal with it.
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