Fat privilege is having all the big grocery stores and chain stores give you a free electric scooter ride because you don’t feel like walking.
Fat privilege is being able to ride the motorized carts at Wal-Mart without getting dirty looks.
Fat privilege is bringing the society downhill and into a plague of gluttony and un-attractiveness simply because a couple of kids made fun of you for stuffing your face full of sweets.
Fat privilege is getting to shit on other people for the way their body is and not catch any flak for it.
Fat privilege is being called brave for refusing to accept responsibility for your life and improve yourself.
Fat privilege is having a large online support group who will defend any actions you take as long as the person you offended weighs less than you.
Fat privilege is not having to provide meaningful evidence to your claims because if anybody’s fact disagrees with your opinion then you can simply play the “shame card” and claim that they are oppressing you by not agreeing with your unfounded belief.
Fat privilege is the hypocrisy of being immune to criticism for your physical composition while being free to criticize any other physical composition because you find its very existence to be, in some weird way, a kind of sociological rape when really it’s just somebody who has decided that they don’t want to be out of shape and want to respect the well-being of their body.
Fat privilege is needing two average-sized seats and complaining about having to pay for them.
Fat privilege is cramming yourself into a normal sized seat on public transport and getting offended when the person you sat down next to asks you to move over a bit because you are crushing them and invading their personal space.
Fat privilege is the ability to eat what you want, when you want.
Fat privilege is feeling just in judging everyone else, while their own judgments fall flat on deaf ears.
Fat privilege is never needing to change because you have accepted what you are.
Fat privilege is being able to get employer provided health insurance for the same price as thin people despite the fact that you are more of a burden on the health care system.
Fat privilege is being able to take time off because you are in pain due to the stress your weight puts on your legs or body, or even being able to collect disability based upon said pain, while a thin person would be considered a drug-seeker and abuser of the system if they attempted the same.