Anonymous asked: When I think about thin privilege, I think about it in terms of the "ideal thin". I don't think that someone who society would perceive as sickly necessarily has all the benefits of thin privilege, but as a fat woman I've definitely felt desexualized and "not enough of a real woman" - obviously the obstacles trans* people face in terms of this are far greater and I don't know enough about sizeism in the trans community to comment, but this is my perspective as a queer cis woman.
Thin privilege applies to ALL thin people, not just those who fit an arbitrary ideal as sizists would have you believe. The idea that only some thin people have thin privilege is a manifestation of sizist oppression.
But yeah, fat women are definitely desexualised, and our gender is called into question, or mocked because of fatness.