I'm a little concerned to their definition of weight, she would be deemed an average woman I think.
Then the average is fat.
Mind you, if that's her choice, good for her. If beauty isn't that important to someone, or fitness isn't that important to them - well, if that's their choice then what of it? I've more respect for a fat person who's at peace with that choice than I have for a fit person who does it just because they desperately desire approval. There's a certain measure of character in owning your choices and being at peace with their consequences.
Sure ridiculing someone because of his or her weight is just bullying, but the ideals of normal weight aren't "unfair cultural views" or "weightism", it's just that being fat really is unhealthy.
Also it's not like being fat is just a negative stereotype for women, men with beer bellies aren't thought of as that sexy either and many young men are obsessed with going to the gym for example (the Adonis complex).
That woman is fat, but good on her that she feels confident to wear what she wants (which doesn't equal having no shame at all and walking into a restaurant or supermarket in youw swimsuit while on holiday...).
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