They should not make their employees feel bad about their weight because they do not know what people are going through in their personal lives. That is discrimination unless they have a contract. When they told Cassie that she was overweight instead of saying in a rude way that they did; they could have told her that they needed her to lose a few pounds and be healthier. The way they went about it was disrespectful and rude and could have made her feel bad about herself. She could have gone into depression and possible tried to kill herself or anything.
Meaning that yes it is our body but at the same time, it isn’t because it's controversial to what our body should look like. This relates to the “perfect body” because someone who is overweight is criticized as someone who eats unhealthy and doesn’t exercise. As a result, they are put on a label like obese because they see that many people are skinny so they expect or want everyone else to look the same affecting the way they see themselves and making them think maybe I should look that way. Then again, where does our society get these
This is extremely unfair treatment and have set up stereotypes in society.. Where for example if a wealthy person gets into a fight usually they say “well oh boys will be boys”. If we were to see that happen with a poor person specifically from the hood he would then be seen as a “thug”. People in society tend to think that these type of things are okay and they become the norm. These types of things are not okay and makes one realize how important money really is and how much it can contribute to certain situations. Which brings one to think justice is never served because no matter the consequence it 'll never
The older generation of the public, especially older men, may despise her because they are chauvinistic and do not think women should have power. For example, the older generations may be narrow minded and think less of the opposite sex. This may be because in their youth, men would be expected to make important decisions, such as voting and take charge in situations needing leadership or guidance i.e sole bread winner. This could have a negative impact due to some members of society not supporting her
The restaurant Munchy’s is banning students from noon to three and that is unjust to teenagers. Munchy is claiming that teenagers are noisy and will disconcert the adults. The business is banning them to bring more adults in due to the data that said adults provide the maximum amount of the money. Teenagers are angry though and are planning a protest. Munchy has a populous amount of advocates, but however there are an abundant of others who oppose the idea and think it is unjust.
I am interested in Andrew’s comment and I want mention also fatism that it is the concept that is really bothering many people in this world. Many people do not have the ability to lose weight or their complexion look like overweight. We do not know exactly who are really healthy and who are not based of fat people. According to “Contextualizing Fat Shame”: “The overall cultural discourse on the “obesity epidemic” supports their advertising campaign…. (They support) the aesthetic contempt for the fat body…” (p.15).
Telemachus finally admits his irritation with the suitors’ misuse of the hosts’ hospitality “But if you decide it is more profitable and better/ to go on, eating up one man’s livelihood, without payment,/ then spoil my house” (I. 376-382). The suitors are surprised and upset with the disrespectful way Telemachus spoke to them. The suitors, no matter how upsetting their actions, consider themselves guests of Telemachus and his mother, which reveals that some believe even if one breaks the laws of hospitality and extends their stay long beyond their welcome, the host does not hold the right to ask them to leave. Additionally, when Telemachus informs the suitors that if they decide it is better to overextend their hospitality and ruin Telemachus and his mother, he will attempt to shame them.
This is where the cradle- to-grave spectacle of weight fear and discrimination discreetly continues. As Marilyn Wayn points out in her dissertation, Fat Studies: An Invitation to Revolution, “employers frequently turn down promising fat applicants for not fitting the corporate image” (20). Walking inside stores such as Hollister and Forever 21 we can see that this statement reigns true. Almost every single employee at these establishments would be considered skinny, young, and fashionable and somewhat match the ads on the exterior of these stores. Consequently, if we do not match up to these ideals our credentials are placed lower than our physical appearances and weight.
This is a negative stereotype of an Asian American that they encounter in their own country. The article, mention that stereotypes can lead to social categorization, which leads to prejudice attitudes towards a certain race. In this case Asian Americans are seeing as bad drivers due to the shape of their eyes. They are criticized for being intelligent, but still expected to be successful in life. Young Asian Americans are seeing as hard-working, submissive, obedient and uncomplaining.
Eating disorders are very common in teenagers especially girls as popular culture is inclined to portray being thin as how all young girls should be. (mayoclinic 1998-2016) even if they are thin they can still believe they are fat and this can lead to them being obsessed with their weight. Puberty can also be a major problem for teenagers as their body changes and also their hormones are changing all the time. (Girls health may 2014) Intellectual; because Linda is being bullied and told she is fat she has very low self esteem. This can lead to her not wanting to interact with other people her age and spending a lot of time alone this is where councillors can help by talking to her and getting her to talk about her own problems.
Worley states that fat people are often excluded from social events and situations, such as the lead role in a school play and parties. This occurs because people do not want to be around fat people for the fear of embarrassing themselves (163). Psychologically, fat people can be subjected to low self-esteem, depression, and anxiety due to the way people look down on them. In the ignorance of others and pressures of society, beauty is seen in thin and toned bodies (165). Thus, rather than accepting obese people for who they are, people disgrace them in society resulting in negative psychological and social
tereotyped as. She chose the word fat because it is emotional and conveys her message. Worley appeals to her audience when she talks about the actual health risk fat people face. She explains that fat people have to struggle with people criticizing their grocery carts, judging them for what they put on their plate, and sneering at them in public. Overweight people feel uncomfortable wearing clothing items such as shorts or sleeveless t-shirts or swimsuits because they are afraid people may judge them.
When she talks about an ad that has two men sitting on the table and drinking saying to your health. That kind of ideas have a wrong delivered message to people for example, drinking is good for your health, but it’s wrong because it has side effects. And that’s also in fast food products; it is not good for our health. Most of the fast food restaurant used preservatives to make the sandwich to make it last for another day. And that’s not healthy because it causes heart diseases and many side effects on the stomach.
She asserts, “Most casual observers of plus-size models would probably not even perceive them as ‘plus-size,’ let alone fat”(Czerniawski, 2015, p. 29). However, sometimes society’s views of fat are negative. Being fat is often times considered as being lazy, and lacking
After this event she learned that not everything is as it seems. Also Josie is jealous of all of the other students because they have what Josie does not have and that is wealth. Especially Ivy Lloyd even though she hides it from everyone else. Then when John Barton suicides, Josie and Ivy settled their differences and became friends. And after John Barton suicides Michael Andretti said to Josie, a person doesn’t necessarily have to be happy just because they have social standing and material wealth.