Why is skinny-shaming OK, if fat-shaming is not? That's the question author Emma Woolf asked... Emma and Kathryn Szrodecki talk size and acceptance

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Why is skinny-shaming OK, if fat-shaming is not? That's the question author Emma Woolf is asking. She says we all know that "fat-shaming" is wrong. She points out that high-profile cases of fatTism, have caused public outrage. But what about the flipside: why is skinny-shaming OK, if fat-shaming is not?

Emma author of An Apple a Day and The Ministry of Thin and size acceptance campaigner Kathryn Szrodecki discuss... #bbcnolan

Aug 08, 2013, 09:06 AM
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prollybolly

prollybolly - almost 4 years ago

Emma Woolf complains we can't have a rational discussion yet proceeds to shout out her opposite number at every opportunity. I read the comments after the Guardian article and they seemed to express a very balanced range of views to me. One should welcome and listen to opposing opinions, not shout them down.