this is thin privilege. "I don't think I've ever seen anyone body-shaming naturally thin-looking animals." Gold.. Jesus Christ how tat chinchilla I #p thin Privilege Animals cringe
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this is thin privilege

this is thin privilege. "I don't think I've ever seen anyone body-shaming naturally thin-looking animals." Gold.. Jesus Christ how tat chinchilla I #p

"I don't think I've ever seen anyone body-shaming naturally thin-looking animals."

Gold.

Jesus Christ how tat chinchilla I #petshop #jacaranda Matty
coachella #roulett
Hath; #petshop # #rodent #jacaranda
Thin privilege is pang aisle to check the tags tor your faverite pets without fondling people insulting
animals tor having the same toatly type as you.
Not that it matters, put the animal in question wasn' t actually even tat. It' s a chinchilla. They' re
flutte That' s not a euphemism. They are literally a let smaller than they lees}
I den' t think I' ever seen anyone naturally animals. I' never seen
anyone in the greyhound tag posting "eat a sandwich". but I have seen language
applied to chinchillas. guinea pigs, and hamsters on a basis. I' even seen posts
meet people starving their hamsters to death because they "needed to go on a diet."
Deciding that is damaging on every level.
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#1 - Rascal (06/25/2014) [-]
The thing is that a larger person/animal can be healthy for their body type.

That being said, their joints and cartilage are at a much higher risk for deterioration, their pulse will more than likely be higher (meaning an increased risk of tachycardia, heart attacks, and heart failure, among other things which include earlier death).

I don't 'shame' anyone for their body type, but really, a person can only be so 'healthy' after weighing a certain amount.
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