Cosmopolitan magazine promotes obesity by declaring it as “this is healthy”

Media promotes Lizzo’s obesity through “body positivity”

There is nothing healthy about being overweight. The complications include diabetes, high blood pressure and cholesterol, and a host of other medical conditions.

Yet despite these facts, the media and progressives promote obesity via the concept of “body positivity.”

See the following examples:

Size 26 Tess Holliday leads an army of curvy models at London Fashion Week to promote “body positivity”
Vogue trying to normalize obesity with rapper Lizzo cover/interview
Feminism promotes obesity: Extremely overweight actress Chrissy Metz is “inspiring”

Cosmopolitan continues on the progressive track to promote obesity in an article entitled, 11 women who prove wellness isn’t ‘one size fits all’.

Let’s take a look at some of these women, shall we?

The above woman is Callie Thorpe, a “social media influencer” who is “best- known advocates of self-love.”

From the Cosmo article: “These days, Callie adheres to the body neutrality movement, which focuses on what your body can do rather than how it looks. “Plus-size people often feel like they can’t be part of the wellness space. We are trolled for being fat, then can feel excluded from exercise because our bodies don’t fit the narrative.”

Callie is 5’3″ and back in September 2019 was a size 24. Ain’t nothing healthy about that.

Jessamyn Stanley (above) is a yoga teacher. She apparently has “become a superstar in the US wellness industry, thanks to her inclusive attitude.”

She has experienced “fatphobic” comments. More from the Cosmo article: “The journey to body acceptance is something that has taken her a long time. “Body-shaming was one of the first things I learned to do. I grew up in a community where all of my physical attributes – wide nose, big belly, big ass, big lips, dark skin – were deemed ugly. “I’ve had to accept that’s how the mainstream sees me and not try to change. For me, that’s been very therapeutic.”

The media can push the body “inclusivity” and “positivity” all they want. Doesn’t change the reality of the consequences of obesity.

Yet we all know libersals love to create their own “progressive” reality.


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Bill steamkoch
Bill steamkoch
10 days ago

This Lizzo woman is revolting in every way, she parades her self on Social Media and its very Tacky.

Its like Woman/men the more immoral ones actions are the more on is promoted.
Yuck Not for me.

Just look at Retardi B with her disgusting hit Song Wet Arse Pu$$y.

10 days ago

Wow! Lower the birth rate, supporting population control.

10 days ago

Um, no.

9 days ago

How much will I pay every year in taxes to support socialized medicine, that is imminently on our horizon, for the diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, kidney & lung or joint problems, infertility, premature birthings, & on & on…..of these people? I am no angel in the weight department, packing on pounds as I age & and become slower; BUT, I never weighed over 110 all my younger years (I’m very short, too). These “healthy examples” are young & able to do something abt their obesity w/much greater ease due to their youth. As the years pass, it becomes… Read more »

Dr. Eowyn
8 days ago

Not only is obesity unhealthy, obesity is one of the major factors for greater likelihood to die from COVID-19. Families of obese readers of Cosmopolitan who died from the China virus should sue this irresponsible magazine.

Emily Summer
Emily Summer
8 days ago

Fat is not beautiful. There, I said it.

7 days ago

I find these women unattractive. Sorry!