“I have never been normal about my body. It has always seemed to me a strange and foreign entity. I don’t know that there was ever a time when I was not conscious of it. As far back as I can think, I was aware of my corporeality, my physical imposition on space.”—Marya Hornbacher, Wasted. (via periferie)
“I write differently from what I speak, I speak differently from what I think, I think differently from the way I ought to think, and so it all proceeds into deepest darkness.”—Franz Kafka (via doomedworld)
Being a doctor or architect seems to be something you have to focus on, to be reaching for that goal you need self-esteem which basically means you've got to focus on yourself. I bet those fat people who reached that goal actually had to sort out their priorities before they could choose their goal.
They want to reach a goal because they can’t do anything else in their life, they won’t make anything beautiful. I am follower of Friedrich Nietzsche philosophy and for me fat/ugly/shy/indecisive/disabled people are weak, BUT, they are necessary in society.
So perhaps you could explain to me why for example Christina Hendricks is voted as one of the worlds most sexy women? I'm just a guy with plenty of questions. I bet she has priorities in life, and it seems to me that plenty of the women I have dated (who had curves) focused a lot on themselves. I'm just mentioning that for you.
I’ve just generalized, I have just some prejudice against fat people, it’s like you might don’t know someone but you already don’t like them, it’s just the way I am, very impolite and I am not afraid of my own opinion. If somebody likes fat/curvy people - it’s his own decision, for me they’re people I don’t like and really can’t help it.