Discrimination is one of the actions and attitudes that should no longer exist at this time. To say that we have to live in love would be utopian, but at least we can coexist in respect. We come to this conclusion when we hear stories like the one about the influencer Remi Bader, who was not allowed to ride a horse because of his weight.
Remi is known for her shopping and fashion hauling videos and has built a community of followers who know her most personal side. Because of this, we know that she has some emotional issues because of her weight and while she’s not the only woman working on it, she has gone public with how she struggles with binge eating disorder in an outpatient treatment program.
Although many of his followers have expressed their support for him and encourage him to continue, many people do not tempt their hearts and make negative comments about his physical appearance. Recently, the girl shared the bad moment she experienced when visiting Deep Hollow Ranch, in Montauk, New York, and wanting to ride a horse, because an employee of the place did not allow her to get on, justifying herself with the weight of the horse. influencer.
I’ve rode horses before and have never had this issue. Please notice this on your signs for the future.
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On the other hand, one of the employees of this company also shared a video with a derogatory description, where he told him that when he lost weight, he could ride a horse in that place. Of course, this was done with high-sounding and demeaning words, which Deep Hollow Ranch strongly disapproved of.
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It has come to our attention that a TikTok video was posted about the ranch and a teenage employee posted a response that in no way represents or is aligned with the views held by the owners of the ranch. We would like to apologize to anyone we have offended and do not endorse or agree with any part of that employee’s video.
In addition to this, the company’s blog defined the weight limits where it is clarified that it must be taken into account that horses begin to feel tension and pain when they carry a person who weighs more than 20 percent of their weight. . However, Remi said it was an embarrassing experience because of how poorly it was handled.
I really feel like every time I get into a better headspace and feel a boost of confidence, it shuts down again with experiences like this. It’s sad that the words of others can do that and I wish it didn’t affect me, but it’s become normal for me to have to come to terms with body shaming and the daily experience of social media and in person and it really gets exhausting. I will never understand why my size would bother someone so much. I really never will.