Read the piece. I never said I was fat. YOU’RE saying I’m fat, apparently, but I never said I was. I said that weight gain explains part of why my breasts are big, but I never said I was fat. I said a doctor said I was too fat to operate on (he actually just wanted me to lose 10 lbs) but I never said I was fat.

As for the “advice” to do something about my being fat — because that is what you’re doing here — my weight has been stable for years. I’m active, and have always eaten whole foods. Not looking to change a thing, because dramatic weight loss invariable always results in gaining it back and more. So good luck, Steve.

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Adeline Dimond

Adeline Dimond

Federal attorney, writing thought crimes on Medium. To connect: Adeline.Dimond@gmail.com

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