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Dear Filmmakers: Fatness Does Not Equate to Selfishness

Stop using obese actors to visually mark out antagonists

Source: WB Studios

Rewatching Harry Potter never fails to flood my head with fresh epiphanies. There I sat glued to my screen, as Dudley helped himself to a delicious cake when the realization struck. Why did Dudley have to be an obese character? Sure, the plot needs him to be a bully but what…

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