It is thinsplaining when a thin person tells a fat person that their experiences didn’t happen or that their interpretation of the experience is wrong.
When you tell me that the doctor didn’t fat shame me, or that woman on the street probably wasn’t laughing at me, or that thin people have a hard time finding clothes too.
THIN PEOPLE DO NOT GET TO TELL FAT PEOPLE WHAT IS AND ISN’T FAT SHAMING.
If you aren’t fat, then fat shaming is not a part of your life. Most decent people can recognize that being called a fat bitch is a part of fat stigma, but the same people will think it’s perfectly ok for a doctor to refuse to listen to or treat their fat patients for anything.
There are a lot of doctors out there who suck at their fucking jobs, and all they diagnose a fat person with is being fat. No fucking shit, asshole. I have had better luck diagnosing myself with Google that I’m gotten out of most doctors. Doctors refuse to help fat people ON THE REGULAR, and we fucking know it. We have LIVED it.
But, please, thin person, do tell me that I’m being “too sensitive”. If I say someone is laughing at me because I’m fat, it’s because I’ve had a fucking entire lifetime to know what that looks like.
Your thin person experiences are NOT THE SAME as mine. Do not come to me with some derailing bullshit about how you have it hard too.
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This is the daughter of Oklahoma’s governor; the photo is titled ‘Appropriation Culturation”. She took this photo as a promo for her (probably shitty) band called Pink Pony, and when called out she responded with not an apology, but a justification.
Join us in celebrating the 186th birthday of Jules Verne. Considered one of the fathers of science fiction, he’s best known for his novels Around the World in Eighty Days (1873), Journey to the Center of the Earth (1864), and our favorite, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea (1870).
Readers in Verne’s day loved his vivid portrayals of adventurers Phileas Fogg, Otto Lidenbrock and Captain Nemo, as well as his fantastical inventions — including a powered submarine and deep-sea exploration — some of which are now part of our modern world.
Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea inspired many ocean explorers, including William Beebe, Sir Ernest Shackleton and Robert Ballard. Jacques Cousteau called it his “shipboard bible.”
Verne’s stories are still widely appreciated today, nearly 150 years after they were first published. He is the second-most translated author in the world, between Agatha Christie and William Shakespeare.
The special exhibition includes the most diverse living collection of these cool creatures ever, plus art, literature and contemporary cultural artifacts showing how they have captured our imagination for over 4,000 years. We feature the illustration above from as well as an early edition of Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea.