My Big Fat Fabulous Life Spoilers: Whitney Way Thore Ready to Take Down Bullies With Anti-Shaming Campaign

Whitney Way ThoreMy Big Fat Fabulous Life spoilers reveal that Whitney Way Thore is ready to show her fans that she is embracing her weight and calling out all the bullies. This is all happening with her new Dove campaign that is all about body image. In fact, she is trying to embrace the word “fat” instead of letting the bullies calling her that really get to her. Let’s find out more about this campaign.

My Big Fat Fabulous Life Spoilers  – The New Campaign’s Goal

This new Dove campaign is all about body image and Whitney wanted to share her story. In it, she talks about how she has always been bullied because of her weight. Whitney has become very popular from being on the TLC hit show and for her love of dance.

When she was in college, she fell in love with dancing and being in the theater. She was first recognized by TLC in a video that she was on YouTube. The video, called A Fat Girl Dancing, showed her really embracing how obese she was. She has a great attitude about her weight and has always shown how much she loves to dance.

Her new campaign with Dove will show Whitney partnering with them to promote “Campaign for Size Freedom”. In this video for the new ad, Whitney will describe how she thinks of the word “fat”. She says that it is a “neutral” word to her and she has been dealing with bullies calling her fat since she was a child.

My Big Fat Fabulous Life Spoilers  – Whitney Shares Her Truth

In her post about the ad, Whitney told fans, “The first time I remember being made fun of for my body size was when I was 10 (and weighed about 90 pounds). I was given the nickname “Thunder Thighs,” and the stinging shame of it followed me through middle and high school, where I developed eating disorders in a bid to never be called “fat” again. As an adult who actually became fat, I have worked so hard to accept and embrace this word as a simple part of my identity. We all know people on the internet (and in real life) can be real jerks to fat people — but did you know it’s perfectly legal to discriminate against someone on the basis of body size?”

She went on, “That’s why I’m partnering with @dove as they raise awareness around body size discrimination in partnership with the National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance (NAAFA) and the Fat Legal Advocacy, Rights, and Education Project (FLARE), and others to advance legal protections across the US on the basis of body size. Please support us by clicking the link in my bio to sign the petition!”

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