Mine doesn't fit anymore :-) I've lost 50 pounds since my wedding day.
I love this idea! Although I am not married yet, I keep slim by having only size 3 jeans, leggings, and miniskirts to wear. I gave away all my sweat pants and fat pants so I literally have nothing to wear if I gain. Therefore, I do not gain weight :)
They accuse MeMe of being anti woman and fat phobic because of the Wedding Gown Challenge but here is a link to NAAFA's sister site Dimensions magazine where fat women are objectified by sick people called feeders. http://www.dimensionsmagazine.com/Weight_Room/laws.html Here is one of the 100 laws of fattening up women. 95. Second Law of Weight Gain Enmity - If a woman is antagonistic towards another woman this will result in one of three outcomes: 1. The persecuted woman will grow larger than her persecutor, and best her in romance or a direct contest of weight; 2. The antagonistic woman will eat the persecuted woman; 3. Both women will grow; the persecutor at least to the point of immobilization. Encouraging a woman to fit into her wedding gown is pro woman and pro health. Encouraging a woman to eat herself into immobility is criminal and immoral.Many of MeMe's most rabid critics, are either members of or associated with a sick cult called fat acceptance and feederism. MeMe's National Action Against Obesity is taking on the problem of obesity which kills more Americans each year than cancer. Obesity is 100% preventable
Fat genes? If the fat gene people had an argument with Sir Isaac Newton they would lose. The first law of thermodynamics observes the principle of conservation of energy. Energy can be transformed, i.e. changed from one form to another, but cannot be created nor destroyed.The mysterious fat gene cannot change that immutable law. If you have a normal body temperature and a beating heart all the fat gene can do is determine from what part of the body the fat get burned first. Sorry NAAFA. ;-)
MeMe Roth: Men want to see her and women want to be her.Staying healthy for your mate is simply a matter of common courtesy. Thank you for pointing that out.Hey Fat Bastard, I'm a big fan of yours.
MeMe, I just discovered you! I have been watching on YouTube and now your blog and I have to say THANK YOU! Thank you for championing good health! You are courageous to speak out against our culture. I have battled my weight all my life (50 lbs!) but mostly because I never learned how to eat consistently healthy. Now, I am passing on healthfulness to my 5 children, but we constantly battle what takes place outside the home. As they get older, they are taking more ownership, and they know that if they drink a sugar drink they own that choice and don't grow up and blame me :) I have pictures to prove in case you don't believe me.... I can fit in my 8th grade graduation dress AND my 6th grade graduation!! I'm 37 and birthed 5 children ;)
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