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Chub Rollz, a judgment-free space for plus-size skaters

"As fat people, the first assumption is that we're trying to lose weight." This skateboarder wanted to make sure no one ever felt like an outsider in a skate park. So he created Chub Rollz, a judgment-free space for plus-size skaters ...

11/02/2021 12:34 PMupdated: 11/02/2021 12:35 PM

6 comments

  • Dorothy C.
    11/12/2021 22:17

    You go boy

  • Mary C.
    11/02/2021 16:31

    My son is 27yrs old and 6ft, 265 lbs and still skateboards keep positive

  • Linda C.
    11/02/2021 15:50

    Well done!

  • Bluebell B.
    11/02/2021 14:25

    I love this. I am 47 but when I was in school I used to skate but generally the guys at the skate park would laugh at me and call me ramp meat assuming i'm there to get a guy. So I would go really late at night or early in the morning to practise trying to ride the ramp on my own. I would have loved a group like this. I ended up teaching snowboarding instead and always tried to create an inclusive enviroment as sports are for everyone.

  • Allesa W.
    11/02/2021 13:47

    Where are you

  • Brian D.
    11/02/2021 13:12

    As a fat person im not trying to loose weight for a vain purpose, just to get healthy.

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