size discrimination

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size discrimination

Discrimination against a person based largely or solely on a person’s weight, height or both.
 
Size-related phobias
• Cacomorphobia (morbid fear of fat people).
• Gigantasophobia (morbid fear of tall people). 
• Zambianoliangioticaloigisticologphobia (morbid fear of short people).

size discrimination

Sizeism, weight discrimination Vox populi Discrimination based largely–no pun intended–on a person's size. See Size acceptance.
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Andrews and other body positivity activists vow to make sizeism a recognized form of discrimination, a move that can't come a moment too soon.
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We've got racism, sizeism, sexism Whatever happened to disabledism?
racism, sexism, genderism, ageism, able-bodyism, sizeism [body size and form]).
Too many organisations these days believe they have to apologise for or explain everything they do to pacify those who might otherwise accuse them of racism, sexism, ageism, sizeism or even tokenism (all ugly words to be avoided if at all possible).
We're victims of sizeism in the first degree, but none of you Skinnies will ever agree.
Mr John Llewellyn Lloyd, chief executive of Close Brothers Corporate Finance, has attacked what he sees as institutional sizeism, where ratings in small companies are depressed merely because of the organisation's size.
3 million people who could find themselves on the receiving end of sizeism in the workforce.
Yesterday's edition was a typical example of sizeism.