no junk food in schools

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I really love the idea of normal teenage Baz. And by normal I don’t mean non magical or non vampire, I just mean average teenage boy Baz doing basic teenage things.

Like in the books if you take away all the fantasy stuff, Baz is just a studious, hormonal guy who rolls his eyes at his parents, fights with his siblings, and worries about how he looks and acts really awkward around his crush.

I mean, I don’t know about the rest of the fandom, but I need more fics about Baz sleeping in, eating junk food, and working hard on school and just being allowed to be a teenager.

okay quick story about how we teach kids to hate fat people

so i’m an assistant english teacher at the middle school level to french children, and one of my teachers asked me to do a lesson on junk food and vending machines in schools, and having the students debate it. aight, doesn’t sound so bad. there are some sides to both points. one argues for having the freedom to choose what they eat, the other argues for having healthier options for children. cool.

so i start asking the kids what the disadvantages are to serving junk food in schools, and several kids’ first reaction was to stick out their arms (as if imitating a fat person) and make a waddling motion – which, of course, made the rest of the class bust out in laughter.

???like??? really??? your first argument for why we shouldn’t have junk food in schools is because fat people are laughable? god, that made me so sad. especially since I know that these kids had already been learning about this before in class, which means they were taught that the correct answer is “because it makes you fat and fat is bad.” and these kids are what, like, 12-13 years old? yeah, i can’t see what kind of negative ramifications teaching young impressionable teachers going through puberty that fat is inherently bad could have. (obviously sarcasm, this leads directly into huge amounts of insecurity and self-esteem issues, especially for girls.)

so, anyway, the kids eventually figure out the word “fat”, but I’m waiting for a different answer. “Is there any other reason junk food might be bad?” They said it could be expensive. And then they circled back around to making fun of fat people.

but, still, nobody just said it was unhealthy. and this isn’t a problem specific to these kids in this class, this is indicative of how we teach these things. we teach kids that unhealthy = fat. that fat is bad. that fatness should be demonized above all else. and that fat people are to be laughed at and mocked.

when i told the kids, “You can eat a lot of junk food, be unhealthy, and be skinny – being fat isn’t the real problem, being healthy is,” they all kind of nodded like that made sense, but they had never been introduced to that concept. why don’t we teach kids that skinny people can be unhealthy? that’s damaging also.

but, get this, when i asked about the advantages to not serving junk food, several kids said, “It’s healthier,” rather than imitating a skinny person or saying it makes you skinny. because we don’t teach that. we don’t want to make it seem like thin people are better or you should aspire to be thin. and yet, by demonizing fat people, we do exactly that – just in a way that let’s us feel less guilty about it because it’s masked in “I only care about your health” rhetoric.

but if we really cared about health, we wouldn’t make this a discussion around fatness. we would make this a discussion around health. and i realize that health is an ambiguous and ever-changing term for something we don’t fully understand and that affects every person differently, and that we shouldn’t police the healthiness of other people, but if we’re going to discuss how to keep our kids healthy, we need to center the discussion around health and not fatness.

ugh, it just really bothered me to see this fat hatred embedded into kids so deep. and it would be so easy to talk about this early and tell kids that hating someone based on their weight is not okay, making fun of someone for their weight is not okay – but that’s not what our school system is for. and that makes me sad.

just, i guess, remember that health doesn’t equal weight, and that kids pick up quickly on the ways we talk about this

The signs as things I've been told off for.

Aries: Picking up snails and throwing them and younger kids at school
Taurus: Spending my “summer clothes” money all on junk food
Gemini: being late for school because I slept in for 4 and a half hours
Cancer: Being sad about get an E in Math
Leo: Being on my phone constantly
Virgo: Pirating TV shows
Libra: Screaming too loud while watching a horror film
Scorpio: “becoming a rebellious teen”
Sagittarius: Hugging a stray dog
Capricorn: Trying too hard in class
Aquarius: Tricking my little brother that I am a genuine vampire
Pisces: Shooting spit balls at my neighbours

me and my best friend:

  • facetimed once to talk about a bee in her room but stopped 3 mintues in because the sound didn’t work on my bad school wifi
  • buy discount junk food at walmart, eat it, gain 20 pounds, watch bad netflix movies all night, sleep all day
  • shower every 2-3 days and stay in pajamas all day
  • Try to roast each other every chance we get
  • Got tired after 20 minutes of Pokemon Go
  • once pooled our money to buy a $10 box of mozzarella sticks

Karlie Kloss and Taylor Swift

  • Facetime each other in a beautiful field with a vase of huge flowers next to the screen
  • Always look like they’re in a photoshoot, even on their days off
  • Bake super healthy, gluten free, dairy free, fat free things and remain the skinny and healthy
  • Work out together
  • Always complimenting each other
  • Would and could buy each other an island

getting sick when you’re a kid: YAAAAAS NO SCHOOL I’M GOING TO EAT JUNK FOOD IN BED AND PLAY VIDEO GAMES

getting sick when you’re an adult: no no, i’m fine. i have important things i need to do today and i will do them no matter how much blood i cough up. it’s okay. :)

MY SCHOOL INVITED THIS CHAIN JUNK FOOD BUSINESS OVER TO SELL SWEETS AND CHOCOLATE AT HALF PRICE. I HAVE NEVER BEEN THIS HAPPY TO ATTEND SCHOOL IM STUFFING GUMMY BEARS AND REESES PEANUT BUTTER CUPS IN MY MOUTH THIS IS THE BEST DAY EVER GOD IS REAL

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To eradicate the 4 kinds of evil
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*4 kinds of evil accdg to daum : sexual violence, domestic violence, school violence, bad/junk food ©