Results for - Opinion About Weight

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1. 'Fat Shaming' is applying prejudices and discrimination against individuals who are or appear to be overweight. Are you aware of this term?

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2. 'Fat Shaming' is considered to be a sub-branch of a term called 'Body Shaming'. 'Body Shaming' is when certain individuals are discriminated against for certain parts of their bodies that are unappealing to a large population of people. Are you aware of the term 'Body Shaming'?

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3. Do you think it would be considered 'Fat Shaming' if you genuinely are concerned about a person's weight and general health?

Yes I think it would be considered 'Fat Shaming'.
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No I do not think it would be considered to be 'Fat Shaming'.
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I am unsure if this may be considered 'Fat Shaming'.
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It is a very sensitive issue and I would not like to make an opinion.
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4. Do you think the rate of obesity has been exaggerated in the media?

Yes I think the media has exaggerated the rate of obesity.
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No I do not think that the media has exaggerate the rate of obesity.
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5. Would you ask someone you cared about (i.e.: a friend, a family member, a co worker, a romantic partner, etc.) to lose weight?

Yes I would.
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No I would not.
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It depends on the circumstance.
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09/15/2015 Health & Fitness 1515 31 By: 514Latter
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