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I mean on one hand it’s true what the fat acceptance people say, that not all fat people are unhealthy. There’s a wide range of body shapes between anorexic and obese, with only people who lean to either extreme being truly unhealthy. But to say you can’t generally point out that fatness tends to be associated with poor health is an incorrect generalization?

Why that’s just another example of the progressive doxy that you can’t make generalizations on anything, unless it’s complementary toward a clearly inferior group of people or an inferior culture. Since fat people are physically inferior, we should then just deny that there’s a trend among the over weight to have certain ailments.