This is Thin Privilege

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Relative thin privilege is falling firmly into the “fat” category, but on the smaller (US size 16) end and never even thinking (never NEEDING to think) of how hard it is for women who are above a size 24, the max size at many “plus size” stores. 

Thin privilege is being fat, but being able to buy your clothes in a brick and mortar store with ease.


  1. maggiemunkee reblogged this from sleepydumpling
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    This relativity is important. I was grown out of kid’s clothes and into women’s around 11 or 12, but for my whole life...
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  6. livinganemeraldlife reblogged this from fatbodypolitics and added:
    True facts. If you shop with your friends, it sucks to drag them with you. It like a magical blessing when you all can...
  7. spitballz said: then being called “thin” and “fat” is very subjective.