Ban Those Skinny Bitches From My Gym!


That’s right!! We fat girls can finally unite and say THANK YOU to a gym in Canada for getting rid of all those skinny bitches we hate so much! Um, yea….

OK really? REALLY CANADA??? Apparently the way to get healthy and fit is to get rid of all the people that already look the way you wish you could. A gym in Vancouver has done just that and BANNED all of the skinny women. What does this accomplish?

Plus Size Friendly Gym Bans Skinny People

As a plus size girl, who does work out, and goes to the gym, I personally say this is RIDICULOUS! I don’t get the point? So you go to the gym, in hopes of getting fit, healthy and (most of us) skinny, yet once you reach that goal, you can no longer work out there because now, we’ll your not fat and you intimidate the other fat girls who are working out.

I’m sorry, but the ‘skinny girls’ at the gym don’t intimidate me. I have much better excuses for not working out than being ‘afraid’ of the skinny girls and gym rats. Personally, if anything, seeing those who have worked hard for that awesome body gives me more motivation to work harder and keep going when I want to give up! I seriously don’t get it, are people really that intimidated by seeing better looking bodies than their own working out at the gym? Reality people, when you’re at the gym, sure you people watch, we all do, but um, if you think those ‘skinny bitches’ are thinking or looking at you sideways, reality is, they’re not, they’re there to WORK OUT and do the same thing you’re there to do.

Plus size girls, please don’t be intimidated to go into ANY gym because of the meat heads, skinny girls and gym rats, go in, do your thing, you’d be surprised at the respect and friendship you can make through bonding over working out and trying to get healthier, heck a lot of those ‘skinny girls’ can become your motivators, friends, and gym buddies to help you achieve your goals.

What do you think?  Fat and skinny girls alike, do you think this is a good idea? Bad? Would you go to a gym that banned skinny girls?

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June 21, 2012 – 10:12 AM - | Posted in daily life | 9 Comments »

9 Comments to “Ban Those Skinny Bitches From My Gym!”

  1. Katie B. of HousewifeHowTos.com Says:

    Honestly? I love the idea. I’m a plus-sized woman, and although I tell myself I’ll work out at home, I don’t because it requires telling my husband or kids that I get the TV (and the family room) to myself for an hour. During the summer, that’s nearly impossible. Then there are all of the interruptions (“Mom, when’s lunch?” “Honey, where are my glasses?”). It’s frustrating.

    I love the thought of going to a gym, and I’m certain my family would have no problem with me popping out of the house for an hour three or four times a week. But I’m not about to drag my fat, completely out of shape body to a gym filled with thin, fit women in full makeup and Lycra. It’s just too depressing and, frankly, embarrassing as hell when I can only handle 5 minutes on the treadmill at a time.

    So a fat girl’s gym? Bring it on!
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  2. Karlene Shamir Says:

    That’s ridiculous! A lot of the girls who reach their goal still want to go to the gym to MAINTAIN themselves at their goal.

  3. Karen R Says:

    I think it’s silly. Who’s the judge on what is skinny? A woman may be thin but flabby.

  4. Courtney Says:

    I can’t say that I think this is a good idea because honestly I look at other people for encouragement. I may not be overweight, but I would think that this would be the same for anyone. Hard work and dedication is how you get to be healthy and the ideal weight and that dedication that others have shouldn’t ban them from going to a certain gym. It’s just up to everyone to have that same drive. You know what I mean?
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    lyricsmama Reply:

    exactly! Totally agree with you on that.

  5. Lisa L Says:

    As a skinny girl, I think it’s unfair. People assume because you’re thin that you look down on others or are mean, etc. We’re all there to be healthier so I think everyone should just focus on their own bodies. If you feel fat or out of shape then that’s your own self confidence issue.

    lyricsmama Reply:

    EXACTLY!!! That’s the way I see it, I’m not a skinny girl, but do I care if people who are in better shape than I am are there working out? Heck no! It gives me the motivation I need to keep at it!

  6. erin Says:

    What type of skinny are we talking about? I used to be “skinny fat” 0 skinny, but flabby. So do we need a separate gym for those people too? When I go to the gym there are people who are more fit, people who are less fit. And people who are making amazing strides. I dare say there are people who aren’t as “skinny” as me, but when I see their progress it actually motivates me to work my ass off like they do. And when I see stronger, more fit women – I think I need to keep going so I can be stronger like them. So, I guess I do look around, but for inspiration for perspiration. 🙂 Not to judge. Because anyone who is in the gym working out is worth being proud of.

    lyricsmama Reply:

    Great points, I never even thought about that…. Thing is too, just because you’re skinny, doesn’t mean your healthy! what about those who just want to get healthy but are already skinny? Why should they be banished from a workout facility just because of their physique?

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