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Transgender activist Jazz Jennings picked up 100 pounds

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Jazz Jennings is getting shamed.

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CORAL SPRINGS — “Hey, Hey, Hey. It’s Fat Albert!” Transgender activist Jazz Jennings has accumulated more than 100 pounds in less than a year because she won’t step away from the buffet line. To compound matters, her family won’t let her hear the end of it. The corpulent tranny said she feels “humiliated” after gaining a “substantial amount of weight.” Jazz is up to 234 pounds. She almost broke the scale. In the season 7 trailer for her TLC series “I Am Jazz,” the 21-year-old reality TV star admitted bouts with mental illness and severe depression warped her ingestion tendencies. “Two years ago, I was on my way to one of the greatest institutions in the world (Harvard), but I was actually struggling severely with mental health issues,” Jazz explained. “I started binge eating and I gained weight and more weight and more weight. And now, almost 100 pounds heavier, here I am today.”

“I do experience fat-shaming from my family,” she continued.

“It makes me feel really humiliated.”

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  1. As someone who’s battled eating disorders my whole life, she would be better off seeing a therapist and a nutritionist and pausing the show until she gets adjusted to this new life transition and all the chaos that comes along with it. College is stressful enough and then they want to add a reality show on top of it all?? No wonder she’s stressed…

  2. Fat shaming ? Lol they care … she’s obese , depressed, lazy.. I don’t know why the parents let her get this way in the first place

  3. Damn she is HUGE! I would NEVER let my child get that far. Never!! I wouldn’t keep the junk in the house and wouldn’t let them have the car if they did what jazz did

  4. It has to be the hormones. Id rather be my true born gender then to chop up my genitals and deal with bullyism.

  5. She just needs a good man and separation from her family and meds switched

  6. You’ll never be a girl. You’ll always be a boy playing dress up

  7. This is not just stress eating, its also possible its lack of self love & depression. She needs a therapist & nutritionist’s guide. Her family doesnt seem to be helping her whether its food or communication eventho they tried to support her to get better, and she doesnt seem to be able to help herself mentally either.

  8. I have a sister who is addicted to food and i have a binge eating disorder, the best advice i can give is therapy, controlling what food you bring into your house and identifying what triggers a binge (like sugars or salty foods or stress etc) and getting on a workout routine. Starting all this can be overwhelming but as long as she starts small and jazz, along with the family, understands that things arent going to suddenly change in a week and give it time then things will be easier and jazz will be happier.

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