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Discrimination

August 19th, 2013 by adminMS

In today’s society, is overestimating the appearance and physical beauty. Thinness is taken as a supreme value, so many people comment on acts that put at severe risk their health to enter these ideal models. Like anorexia and bulimia eating disorders grow every day at an alarming rate and do not exist until the political moment of prevention that can curb this phenomenon. In this desperate struggle to achieve the lowest possible weight, the obese is seen as something what you are afraid and don’t want to be. Obese people suffer constant humiliation and discrimination in a society that is not adapted to them, cursed them and rejects them. While obesity is a disease that needs treatment, it can not be excluded to the obese until he made the decision to recover his health.

Society should accept and respect the person exceeded weight and give you the same opportunities as the rest of the individuals. People tend to think that it is so because you want to, has no will or not slimming. Go to the obese as someone devoid of will and commitment, an uncertain and unfounded prejudice. Many employers take these and other arguments to reject them. Also, believe (or say believe) is a disease that affects the performance of employment duties. While this may be true in some cases, there are many tasks that can develop thin or obese people alike.

Obesity does not affect intellectual capacity. Discrimination is not only seen in the rejection of others. The obese feel excluded when it comes to dressing, travel by public transportation, or attend certain public places. Clothing stores excluded people of large size, being almost impossible to get clothes in sizes above average. The obese are forced to buy their clothes in special shops of dubious taste and at prices well above normal. A morbid obese can have serious difficulties to travel by airplane, train or bus. The seats are small and are very close, so the obese person does not fit comfortably. Many people avoid sitting next to them on public transport and there are no seats specially adapted for obese people, some companies require to pay for two tickets. In cinema, theater and other entertainment venues also have appropriate seats, so many choose to ban entry to the obese arguing that the infrastructure of the place is not suitable for them. We now know that obesity is a disease and not a lack of will or character, obesity has been treated successfully by surgical means and is now known as metabolic surgery or obesity is one of the safest and most effective methods to end obesity. Greetings, Hector Bernal original author and source of the article.

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