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Throwback Thursday: Kate McKinnon as Fitzwilliam on the Big Gay Sketch Show.
OH MY GOD.
This is the worst.
FUCK YOU, GREAT VALUE
you’re going to kill someone someday
Steven Universe Pilot by Rebecca Sugar
Great tags for Maggie Goes on a Diet on Amazon.com
I can’t wait till the scathing reviews start showing up.
In case you can’t see the tags in the photo:
- teaching kids to self-hate (52)
- give your children neuroses (46)
- sexist drivel (43)
- if you hate your daughter (39)
- body facism (38)
- anorexia bait (37)
- dangers abusive (34)
- talentless hack writer (26)
- sick (24)
- waste of a good tree (22)
awesome. good work internet!
Faith in humanity <3
Seriously though, who wants to give that kid a hug? The artist made her so adorable :3
These tags are amazing. LOVE IT.
ok, the tags made me feel better. Yay for awesome people who live in computers too!
If you think about it, the books not actually a bad idea. I’m not saying I’d read this to my future children, but it’s probably not as bad as it seems. Maggie doesn’t starve herself or anything, she starts to eat healthy and exercises. Seeing as child obesity is a big issue, this might be a good book to read to a kid who’s struggling with their weight. It may even give them the courage to exercise more themselves and eat healthier.
Though children should eat healthy, they should not be dieting to lose weight. Kids that diet at early ages are more likely to develop eating disorders or disordered eating later on in life.
And just look at the cover! It’s all about the way she looks. She wants to lose weight so she can fit in cute pink dresses! This whole “but obesity is such a big issue” thing is such faux concern cry and has been used over and over again to shame people who are not thin while making it seem like you’re trying to help them.
Also, In the book Maggie is teased for her weight and when she loses weight she becomes popular. So, the message of this book is not that others should change the way they view Maggie, but that Maggie was the one who needed to change in order to be more accepted by her peers.
Good intentions or not, this book is harmful and sends out the message that you have to completely change who you are to have self confidence and gain the acceptance of others.
ya know, i thought this book would maybe be a decent tool to help children eat healthy, but as soon as they said “maggie got popular and famous by playing soccer” shit, i lost respect for it. if you teach a child popularity is important, they’ll take the hit even harder when they get older and feel like misfits or rejects and then there’ll be more teen suicide. just my 2 cents worth.
If a kid is fat, it’s the parents’ fault.