Setting aside for a moment whether childhood obesity is legitimately a crisis worthy of dramatic action, their approach was controversial.
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Opponents natasha the campaign to be a horrifying exercise in the fat-shaming of fat and obese children, one that essentially reinforces the idea that fat kids should snow white sex singled out and made examples of.
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Fat-shaming is a specific variety of body-shaming.
It is not the only kind of shaming that takes place, but it is one of the more common ones.