We set a dangerous precedent when we give tens of millions of views to videos so obviously phony as that one. We make it worse when we then invite the people who make them to go on TV and pretend they're somehow authentic. We wind up telling people that simply being a jerk is a viable talent to be paraded around.
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"Watching you say it, it's like borderline bullying."
"Yes, Nicole, there is such a thing as fat-shaming, and you're doing it right now."
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"A bully on set is a parasite."
Hello Nicole -- you are not alone. There are lots of people who look like you. When they see someone like me who is overweight, they make judgments. You can't begin to understand what it means to be someone who needs to protect themselves with a layer of fat to feel safe.
She says "fat" people should be shamed until they lose weight.