I used the term "disgust" twice in my statements -- both were "treating someone (who is fat) with disgust." I was characterizing (rightly based on the posts) the behavior. I did not say that the behavior was "disgusting." I asserted how and why it was problematic behavior.
So before you go throwing around false accusations -- check it. I can quote both of my posts that use the word "disgust" if you would like.
Did derp, laz, hanna, graycat, or I actually once personally call someone specific fat or some other abusive name on this thread?
That being said, there's a big difference between accepting a human being as they are (because you don't know what is up with them at all) vs ascribing a bunch of meaning to them as human beings (which may include seeing and/or treating them with disgust) because of their body presentation. That could be any number of factors in terms of presentation that leads to this behavior -- the person's manner of dress, race, size, body modifications, disabilities/abilities, etc.
To be sure, I haven't been reading your posts, hannah's or derp"s. I read Laz's because it was interesting and I look for his posts. I don't think that his perspective is per se problematic, just that certain communications are interesting to engage.
And I was pretty straight forward and clear in my posts. I don't see the "fat acceptance" movement as being about normalizing being fat as per se healthy. Instead, in my long experience with the movement, it's trying to get people to stop ascribing attributes to people based on body size. I think this is fair enough.
Again, I have no problem talking about the issues that are related to obesity and such in our society. But I think that we can do this without holding people in contempt.