There's probably a legal case in that.I do know somebody who gained 100lbs during the year he was on Risperdal. The doctor changed his medication, and the weight dropped off pretty steadily after that. I know, that is an exception, but some of those drugs that are being prescribed can fuck a person up like that.
I also remember one time on the bus when a blind man sitting in the disabled seating was forcibly removed and forced to sit in general seating just so a 500lb cunt (complete with a fast food dribble on the front of her shirt) could take his seat. That was genuinely infuriating for me to see.
Exactly. You have no entitlement to always feel good about yourself, and any time you don't does not mean someone owes you compensation for it.The flip side of free choice is it includes consequences for bad ones.
Nobody is saying you deserve to feel bad, but, we can't do the inverse.
We can't make it so you will always feel good, even about your own bad decisions.
You want to eat yourself to morbid obesity? That's your choice, it doesn't mean you are a "bad" person, but, when you start to suffer negative health effects and people around you conclude you may have poor judgement and withhold things from you as a consequence, or simply find your obesity repulsive, personally?
We can't shield you from those things.
We don't have the obligation to do so, even if it were possible, because it isn't. "Fat shaming" isn't a thing any more than society shunning an armed robber is being somehow against the concept of personal entrepreneurship.