Interesting that the one being fantasized about is thin, eh?
Fat Entitlement is being insistent that people see past YOUR physical flaws specifically so YOU can get a more physically attractive partner.
It is the attitude that the world must accommodate your unwillingness to change a flaw within yourself.
Ok this blog is disgustingly hate-filled so I don’t expect it to take anything I say seriously but I wanna break this down because it’s something fatphobic individuals often say.
There’s no one in this image being fantasized about. There are two people in this image and they both look pretty damn into one another. Furthermore, relationships between fat and thin people happen. They’re not mythological (if they were I’d be single). And we date/hook up with fat folks too, we do, I have multiple people in my little black book who are larger than me. But I’ve also dated some thin folks. Why? Because we were/are attracted to one another. Because we liked each other for our personalities and our bodies. And fat people are allowed to be desirous of thin people, just like we’re allowed to be desirous of fat people (and if it grosses you out that we’re desirous of people who share your body type, can I just scream a big “NOT YOU!” because you are not the person we’re daydreaming about).
Moving on, the thin people in those relationships are NOT more attractive. Do they better match a beauty norm? Yes. But both my partner and I are fucking hot regardless of the pounds I have that he doesn’t. My fat is not a flaw. It’s not something people have to see past (because if I do have an issue with this image, it’s that quote,you really, really don’t have to close your eyes to fall in love with a fat person, you can fall for their spirit, mind, and body just like you would for anyone else) And both the people in this image are attractive.
The attitude of the world must change to respect me and offer me basic human dignity. Yes. I could stop publicly IDing as and actively performing my queer identity in order to get homophobes to treat me with dignity, but I shouldn’t have to. Because I’m a human and I deserve to be treated like one. In other words, I don’t have to change shit about my identity or my body. If you don’t accept me, that’s on you.