In honor of National Junk Food Day, meet YouTube star Meghan Tonjes who deserves a standing ovation for her now viral video called "Hate the Donut, Not the Fatty," which was created in response to #donutgate and Ariana Grande's initial apology that followed.
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In the seven-minute clip, Tonjes addresses the double standard that surrounds slim women versus plus-size women when it comes to eating junk food.
"If I were 120 pounds eating a pizza in my underwear on Tumblr I would be 'quirky,' and 'cute,' and 'real.' But if I'm 300 pounds and I'm eating pizza in my underwear, people are like: 'You're killing yourself, you're disgusting, you're everything that's wrong with America,'" she points out.
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She also brilliantly shatters the stereotypes that plus-size women don't take care of their bodies, and instead, eat unhealthy junk food like rebels without a cause.
"The amount of times I've been told in my life by friends, 'You really don't eat that much more than I do," she continues, "People are shocked that someone who looks like me doesn't sit all day on the couch and eat pizza...We live in a culture that glorifies food, but then we hate the people that we believe are representative of that sinful desire for food."
While it might not be #WCW just yet, we already know who's got our vote this week! Check out the full video below:
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