Thin privilege is not having an evidence based book you wrote being dismissed because you’re fat.
Thin privilege is not being asked to provide your food diary for a week to prove you eat healthy, so they can decide if your work has any merit. (just happened on facebook)
Thin privilege is not having your expertise discounted because you are fat.
Thin privilege is not having your experience with your own body immediately discounted.
Thin privilege is being heard when talking about your body.
Thin privilege is not having your research immediately discounted because it’s fat positive (thin researchers are taken more seriously).
Thin privilege is not having a boss, who happens to teach diversity classes, put a cartoon on their door that makes fun of your body type.
Thin privilege is not having to fight ever single day to be taken seriously.
Lonie McMichael, Researcher and Author of Talking Fat: Health Vs. Persuasion in the War on our Bodies