I completely agree with you, Simon. Some Film/Literature has really explored fat people in an extremely deft way. I merely intend to call out a recurring trope in most films which is a problematic hindrance to awesome dialogue already going in the media.

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Shourya Agarwal

Shourya Agarwal

A bewildered star gazer drifting from distortion to discovery.

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