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Topic - Marilyn Mckenna
The wife of Washington's former attorney general is outraged to learn that Facebook has removed photos of her dramatic weight loss because it claims that showing off her "fat pants" is "promoting idealized physical appearances."
On Thursday night, she tried to make the image her profile picture on her fan page, when she received a message from Facebook reading, "These types of images are considered to be promoting idealized physical appearances and are policy violating," she told a local television station.