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Stereotypical The thin class of individuals consider the disease of obesity to a deformity and do not understand the ridicules and discriminations that can come as a result of a weight problem The prejudices towards obese individuals is a serious as prejudices towards other groups such a racism sexism and agism Jacobs 44 The medical profession considers obesity a disease one that is spreading nation wide Obese individuals need to be recognized so their health and human rights can be properly protected Obese individuals experience discrimination in all aspects including in the workplace The founding fathers tried to ensure that constitutional rights protect all individuals in the United States and not just those who are visually appealing The rights of an individual are not forfeited because that individual exceeds a certain weight In our society the majority look upon large individuals as individuals who have no self control over themselves Just because an individual is larger doesnt make them any less of a person The topic of obesity itself raises ridiculing remarks from as far as Washington DC when congressmen interviewed by Tom Jacobs a columnist for Mens Health magazine commented on the topic of obesity With an overwhelming majority the resounding responded was it was a matter of a control problem46 Goins 2 The truth is that obesity is becoming one of the fastest growing epidemics in the United States today It is predicted by the majority of the health profession that eventually obesity will kill more individuals that either smoking or drug abuse45 In government obesity will need to be taken seriously or the repercussions will become more evident with death rate from obesity
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