Fatphobia is a disease

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Why does a fat person have to be romantically involved only with another fat person? And why if the fat person’s partner is thinner than them, society thinks it’s insincere love and that there’s an ulterior motive to be together?

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Novice writer. Author of "Love Through Words". Daily life and spirituality, fiction, and sometimes reviews. Support me here: https://ko-fi.com/laurapwrites

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