WEIGHT STIGMA: 5 UNSPOKEN TRUTHS

Weight stigma – a negative response to someone based on their weight – is the fourth most common form of social discrimination among adults – after age, gender and race. It is the only form of discrimination still widely deemed to be socially acceptable. Weight stigma is also one of the ...

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