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Calling Thin People Skinny Isn’t a Compliment

And after a while, being called skinny can affect your relationship with food.

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Calling people skinny has historically been associated with a compliment mainly women sought after. But truthfully, it can be just as insulting as calling someone fat. I know it may sound hard to believe. Here’s why.




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Susie Pinon

Susie Pinon

B.A. in Psych. Lover of all things green. Likely to be found brewing tea or making a mess in the kitchen. Open to opportunities 🍊contentqueensuz@gmail.com

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