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British journalist called Tess Holliday to think about his health

After the plus-sit model Tess Holliday became the heroine of the Cosmopolitan cover, the real war began on the web: fans of the 155-kilogram model protect the girl and praise her for her bravery, and the rest of the new glossy standards seemed as unhealthy as the previous fashion for anorexia. British journalist Pierce Morgan, who had already spoken out more than once about the problem of obesity, went even further and wrote Tess an open letter, which was published by the Daily Mail.

“Dear Tess. We do not know each other. To be honest, I've never heard of you for weeks yet. And then you appeared on the cover of Cosmopolitan in a green swimsuit and passed an air kiss under the heading: "Supermodel growls." Tess Holiday wants the cheaters to kiss her ass. " It was a very bright, lightning cover, because with a height of 160 centimeters you weigh more than 150 kilograms.

So you suffer from morbid obesity. It is not me who scoffs at you because of the fat, as your army of admirers will immediately write. It's just a fact. Medical institutions give this definition to everyone who weighs 50 kilograms more than necessary, or has a body mass index of 40 or more. It's you".

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Publication from T E S S (@tessholliday)September 18, 2018 at 8:14 pdt

Morgan said he was trying to draw Tess’s attention to the risks to her health. “Stop lying to yourself, Tess. You have two little sons. They need their mom to be alive. Sorry if this sounds harsh, but it's true, and it's time for you to think. There is nothing inspiring that a person 160 cm tall weighs more than 150 kilograms. This is just a guaranteed path to illness, suffering and possible death. Therefore, I urge you to stop pretending that your body radiates some great "positive image" to the world. This is not true. Wake up, start exercising, become a brilliant role model that you can be if you just stop listening to those fools who want to celebrate their morbid obesity. You can do it, and I will be the first to congratulate you. ”

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