An Analysis Of George Steinberg's 'Ok So I M Fat'

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Many people are judged because they don’t have the perfect body shape. It seems like society judges you whether you are skinny or fat. Now if you want to be accepted in society, you must have a perfect body appearance. In “Ok So I’m Fat” by Neil Steinberg he states that people say implicit comments when people like him, who don’t have a perfect body shape, are near. Neil Steinberg states that fat people feel put down by the idea that skinny people exist on the same planet that they do. For example, Steinberg tells us about a time he went to a friend’s house his friend offered him a diet soda. Another example is when he went to a party and the hostess wasn’t eating the dessert she had recently served because it was too fattening. Also Steinberg says he dislikes people who complain about their weight or body shape when they are as skinny as a stick. Many people may develop some of the many effects caused by the rude behavior of skinnier people than them. When skinny people judge fat people it is not good because it makes them feel…show more content…
. In “Ok So I’m Fat” Neil Steinberg states that people make many implicit comments when people like him, who don’t have a perfect body, are near. When Steinberg went to a party the hostess wasn’t eating dessert, because she knew it had too much sugar. It is worrisome when people stop caring about their weight because they might have some health complications. It’s sad to know that society has criticized fat people to the point they feel bad just by looking at skinnier people than them. When skinny people judge fat people it is not good because it makes them feel bad about themselves. It seems like if you want society to accept you, you have to have a perfect body shape. If society stops criticizing fat people and start helping and accepting them, they will feel like they are actually accepted
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