Why Do Women Make Such a Big Deal About Their Weight and Blame It on “Eating Disorders”? You Blame the Food?

Question by chaskfrazier: Why do women make such a big deal about their weight and blame it on “Eating Disorders”? You blame the food?
If you’re so concerned with your weight why don’t you just eat less? Food is not addictive. It so pisses me off to see fat women stuffing their faces and then complaining about being fat. Stop eating when the hunger goes away. Don’t keep eating until you can’t get any more in you. If you continue to do that you will get FAT!!! Do you need a separate brain to help you make that connection?

I’m posting this question here because fat men don’t cry and complain about “being fat”. They accept the fact that they make themselves fat. It seems to be more of a female thing to blame the food and eating disorders. If there is something I’m missing, please enlighten me.

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Answer by Rio Madeira
Actually, studies have shown that fast food has some addictive properties. Haven’t you seen Super Size Me? Also, heavy overeating IS an eating disorder. It’s a psychological issue.

Either way, this isn’t a one-gender issue. There are fat men, after all. The trick is to teach people when they’re young how to maintain a healthy diet and exercise regimen.

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