📸I ride this one!
People are always assuming stuff about fat people, but the funniest for me is that no matter your gender, you are stronger than the others, the fat one is the strongest. I feel so ashamed when a girl asks me: can you open this for me? I think: do you think that I am stronger than you because I have more corporal fat? Haha! I am so weak really, In fact, that is one of the reasons why I am fat, because I don’t exercise so my muscles are not strengthened.
I remember back in the school that girls did not want any problem with me because of that. I was always seeing how there were fights at the end of the day ( is not like nowadays that kids are always scared and traumatized) of course I knew who were the girls that I hated and the girlfriends of my friends were always jealous of me because their boyfriends have a better time with me than with them. I was scared about one of those girls, she was athletic and taller than me, but later I knew that she was also scared about me. The thing is that people think: the fat one is going to crush me! I mean, really? How it that works? How is jumping over somebody else in the middle of a fight? I don’t understand.
That assumption helps me to doesn’t allow people to hurt me, but I didn’t hurt anybody intentionally. One day I left my friend unconscious, but It was not my fault haha! I also kick my fiend fingers with a door, but she was the one who put her fingers there, I was a kid I don’t even remember it. Also, when I was 6 I kick my friend's eye, but it was because she was bothering me and making fun of me because I was fat, I know she did not judge anyone else because of the way they look, so that was a favor to the society hehe!
One of the most embarrassing situations, when I felt that I should be strongest, happened to me when I was working in a kitchen. I was the chef and I had 2 assistants and a dishwasher. The dishwasher was 40 years old women but she looked older, she was 4.9ft like and 100 lb. One day she told us that she was pregnant, she was 6 months, so I told everybody to take care of her. We had to use a big bag of cabbage...(continue in the comments)
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📸Este si me aguantó.
Hay muchas cosas que la gente asume de la gente con sobrepeso, una de las que más me da risa es la de que eres más fuerte que los demás, se cual sea el género, el gordo tiene más fuerza. Que oso cuando otra mujer me dice: ¿me ayudas a abrir este frasco? Yo pienso: ¿por qué lo voy a poder abrir, porque tengo más grasa corporal que tú? ¡Haha! Soy una debilucha enserio, de hecho, esa es una de las razones por las que soy gorda, porque no hago ejercicio, por lo tanto mis músculos no están fortalecidos.
Recuerdo que en el colegio esa era una de las cosas por las que las mujeres no se venían en contra mía.Yo veía que en todos los colegios a la salida habían peleas (no es como ahora que los niños se ponen a llorar y quedan traumados para siempre, antes uno solito resolvía y listo), y claro que yo tenía a mis archirrivales en la mira ¡haha! (No para pegarles, mis armas son otras ¡haha!) y tenía novias de amigos que vivían celosas porque ellos la pasaban más chévere conmigo que con ellas, había una de ellas, era más alta que yo, y hacía deporte, no era gorda, tenía un cuerpo fuerte, y yo vivía muerta del susto cuando la veía por ahí. Mucho después supe por mi amigo que ella vivía asustada también, el decir es: ¡no esa vieja me aplasta! o sea ¿como así? ¡haha! ¿Quien en una pelea se le tira al otro encima? Esa no sería una estrategia aplicable en una pelea ¡por favor! No entiendo aun como seria la vuelta ahí. Pero eso me ayudo para no dejarme molestar de las otras niñas que fui conociendo en los colegios que estuve(si, fueron varios) pero nunca le pegué a nadie a propósito. Una vez dejé a una amiga inconsciente unos segundos, pero no fue intencional ¡haha! También una vez le machuque los dedos a una niña en el jardín, pero es que ella puso las manos en la puerta, no fue mi culpa y yo ni me acuerdo, otra vez como a las 6 años le di un puño a una niña en un ojito, que peca'o pero me tenía seca con la molestadera porque yo era gorda, yo se que ella nunca mas criticó a nadie por su físico, o sea, le hice un favor a la sociedad.
Pero una de las experiencias en las que sí he sentido pena...(continua en los comentarios)
Kashala Francis, 13, died five days after a violent fight outside of Attucks Middle School.
The beloved 7th grader was punched and kicked in the head a number of times. That was Thursday. By Sunday, she complained of serious headaches and fell unconscious.
At the hospital, her mother says doctors discovered a tumor in her brain, but also fluid build-up.
As Kashala was on life support, her mother discovered the video of the brutal fight. "It's not fair," Jackson said. "She did not deserve that. She kept saying 'Stop.' She didn't even want to fight, but they kept going." She added, "I've never met a person who has come into contact with Kashala who has not fallen in love with her." "She was a sweet baby, real sweet," Jackson said. "She always said she loved me, gave me hugs, kisses." For Kashala's best friends, they feel truly shattered. "She always found a way to make me laugh, when I was sad or mad, no matter what happened." For her mother, she feels there is more she needs to know. Her daughter, going from a seemingly and perfectly healthy young teen to critical and dying days after a fight, doesn't make sense, even with a tumor that was unbeknownst to them. "So if she had a tumor in her head that we (didn't know) about, and somebody repeatedly stomps and kicks and punches you in your head, you're not even fighting back, is it going to be better, is it going to be worse?" Jackson asked.
If this fight didn't happen, Mamie strongly believes, "I still would have had more time with my baby." #attucksmiddleschool#attucksmiddle#texas#houstontexas#houston#blackmedia#blackmediamatters#blackfamily#blackchildren#schoolfights#schoolsysyem#blackparents#blackmothers#blackmothersmatter#mamiejackson#kashalafrancis#blackchildrenmatter#houstonmiddleschools#ripkashalafrancis#americanschoolsystems#houstonnews