I don't know if the debate about using 'fat' is dead or whatever, but I think that one shouldn't be so offended by everything. you feel offended that the description 'fat' i mostly used on 'bad people', but as you said it isn't even intended. there sure are other stereotypes someone else is offended by, but you don't see them as we focus on our own issues. it's impossible to say anything without offending anyone and we can't take everyone into account all the time. we have to learn not to care:)
hey, this is roxie (aka mod r, and thus not mod h) so i can’t speak for them, but this is ask is literally dripping with privilege. firstly, it is factually wrong - we don’t only notice the stereotypes that effect us. mod h and i have talked in great length about the antisemitism in some of the ways some of the villains are described, for example, despite the fact that neither of us are jewish.
furthermore, it is not only factually wrong to insinuate that “it’s impossible to say anything without offending anyone”, i would argue it is morally wrong. it’s essentially opting out of the responsibility you have over the things you say. if the things you say harm a large group of people, then you probably shouldn’t be saying them!
how about you spend your time telling people not to write stereotypes rather than telling people who already face enough shit in every corner of life not to be offended by harmful depictions of characters!