New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D) signed a controversial bill into law Friday celebrated by fat activists.
The law outlaws discrimination based on a person’s weight and height in employment, housing, and public accommodations.
“I’m a person that believes in health, so when you talk about not discriminating against someone because of their body type, it’s not fighting against obesity; it’s just being fair,” Adams said.
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“So I think this is the right thing to do,” he continued. “We’re going to continue to talk about our progressive health agenda. Science has shown body type is not a connection to if you’re healthy or unhealthy, and I think that’s a misnomer we are really dispelling.”
Fat activists celebrated the new law.
Tigress Osborn, chair of the National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance and co-founder of the Campaign for Size Freedom, spoke at the signing.
“I am so thrilled at the example that New York City is setting today…this will ripple across the globe,” the fat activist said.
The Democrat-controlled city’s Commission on Human Rights will probe weight and height complaints in addition to race, gender, age, and a number of other areas.
Republican New York City Council minority leader Joseph Borelli said it opens the city up to a massive amount of lawsuits.
‘I’m overweight, but I’m not a victim,” Borelli said. “No one should feel bad for me except my struggling shirt buttons.”
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