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So excited to see Ragen Chastain, et. al. talking about her experience on PBS.
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I’m so excited that another wonderful fat activist has shared her wisdom via a TEDx talk!
Check out Jill Andrew’s powerful, brilliant, evocative talk. (You may know her from her awesome blog, Fat In The City.)
Make sure to like it on youtube too. You know the trolls will get hold of this eventually, so let’s give it tons of likes!
But to those who are decrying Rachel’s weight loss as too much, I ask you, what did you think this show is about? Do you think The Biggest Loser is about health? Well-being? It’s a show that promotes weight loss at any cost.
The winner is not the person who eats reasonably, exercises moderately, and makes time for family, friends, and fun.
The winner is the person who loses the largest percentage of body weight. It’s that simple.
Lest you think that I am supporting the producers of The Biggest Loser, I am not. I am asking you, dear reader, to open your eyes to the reality of this show.
Here is what The Biggest Loser is NOT about:
Here is what The Biggest Loser IS about:
Shaming fat people.
Promoting diet products.
Promoting other merchandise tie-ins.
Manipulating viewers into thinking that their show is “saving lives.”
Ruining the physical and mental health of contestants season after season.