The beginning of this article quotes, "PEOPLE turned to three celebrities who have publicly battled weight issues". Already this article is leaning towards the idea that i fat person must battle their weight. I think that's an unfair assumption and as Emme later points out that she is happy and content with her body size. It doesn't sound like she is battling. She goes on to say, " If we start saying, 'I want to be happy with myself and whatever shape I was given at birth,' I think it's going to change." I also found it interesting that they chose to interview two celebrities that had undergone stomach-reduction surgery. The was definitely a contrast between Emme and the other two women. Jennifer Holliday and Carnie Wilson are now considered thin after their surgeries. While it may have been what they wanted for themselves I don't believe that it's sending the right message. We shouldn't have to fix our bodies to fit inside of society's norms. Society should change to include everyone and stop grouping people and projecting a "norm". Wilson said, " The end message was good". I disagree with this. Hal said, "You're beautiful" but that is the onlly thing that is offered and right after he says that they pull the last joke when Rosemary gets in the car. Please. This is offensive.