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Woman Calls Co-Worker Unhealthy, Deluded, And Bitter After Rude Comments

This woman asked the people of Reddit if she was in the wrong for calling out her self-proclaimed, "body positive" co-worker for being an unhealthy, rude, and deluded individual. People generally expressed the opinion that she wasn't a jerk for saying what she did, and that her co-worker was really the one who overstepped. Based off the kinds of comments she was making it doesn't sound like she was all that body positive, at all. 

Woman calls co-worker unhealthy, deluded, and bitter after some rude comments are made about her.
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body image parenting This Meteorologist Is Celebrating One Full Week Without Being Body-Shamed for Her Pregnancy Weight
Via John Boel
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The description that was posted with this picture on Facebook reads:

We are celebrating today because Lauren has gone one week without someone saying something mean to her about baby weight gain. That's a new record. Big day is only 9 weeks away!

A week without having something mean said to her is a new record? Great job, guys, way to get someone excited about bringing a new baby into the world. At least the comments seem more supportive, so it's not all bad. 

social media woman calls out public fat-shaming group handing out cards on London Underground
Via @kflorish
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National Health Services (NHS) worker Kara Florish took to Twitter to document receiving a body-image shaming business card on London's Underground.

The card, which states to be from a group called "Overweight Haters Ltd", reads "fat" in large letters on one side. The other side contains a paragraph with a description of the "organization".

Writer Sean Thomas Knox witnessed a similar, separate body-shaming card incident, and tweeted about it's authenticity.



British Transport Police on Twitter are asking anyone with any information to get in touch with them.



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Sure, it's easy to look back on a romanticized past and say, "Ladies were so much prettier then." But when do you stop?