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Date Posted: 08:01:03 02/08/18 Thu
Author: dm
Subject: Defintely level of fitness...nothing to do with appearance. And fit doesn't mean skinny either.
In reply to: Focus on fitness 's message, "I think classifying weight as an issue tends to throw people to appearance is the reason. But think it's more about the level of fitness. My dtr is not the rail thin prototype but is very fit and powerful. Put her next to a waif - she often powers right by them." on 07:31:43 02/08/18 Thu

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  • And skinny doesn't mean weak. My "waif" might power right by your dd. Stereotyping isn't helpful in any direction. (NT) -- .., 16:42:36 02/08/18 Thu

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