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There’s also an assumption you are 100 per cent in control of your size. People have different bodies.’Plus-size bloggers also point to conflicting evidence on the health risks of obesity. I’m judged by strangers for how I look on the outside.Some research has shown that overweight and moderately obese patients with chronic diseases such as diabetes, actually live longer and do better than normal-weight patients with the same illnesses. All the years of verbal, physical and mental abuse never led to me getting any slimmer There are also a growing number of social media sites for ‘fit fatties’ who say exercise is not just for the skinny.
But nevertheless, the number of ‘fatspiration’ sites, where plus-size women model the latest fashions and post inspiring messages to others, are soaring.Here, the overwhelming message is — beauty is possible at any size.Alongside the pictures of bigger women we are used to seeing wearing high fashion are ‘inspirational’ messages and quotes like: ‘Arm fat is nothing to be ashamed of’ and ‘If someone doesn’t like your body, that’s their problem.’One such blogger is NHS operations manager Naomi Griffiths, 32, from Exeter, who models the latest plus-size outfits on her site Diamonds & Pearls.Until then, I had tried to lose weight by eating nothing but spinach for weeks and going to the gym for three hours a day, but that’s just not sustainable.’However, Amanda denies her blog promotes obesity: ‘I’m not encouraging people to go out and become as fat as me.Instead, I’m encouraging people as fat as me to love themselves.’ She also believes such discrimination is made worse by the ‘moral panic’ about obesity and Government health warnings.‘There’s this idea if you are fat it’s 100 per cent your fault.
She started blogging to show she was no less worthy of feeling, and looking, good than thinner women However, despite her beaming smile and bubbly posts, Naomi wasn’t always so content in her own skin.