“I was still being called fat. So when am I not fat?”
“The real irony is, even when I was hosting Biggest Loser, I was still being called fat. So when am I not fat? It’s crazy! By the time I left Biggest Loser I had a serious eating disorder that I still battle every single day,” she explained.
“I was a healthy size 10-12 yet was told I was too fat to host a TV show. It’s crazy! Surely my talent should define what I do or don’t do? Not my size,” Ajay wrote.
Ajay's latest venture is in promoting her campaign Drop The Plus, which is focused on dismissing the term 'plus-sized' when referring to models.
"When Rosa Parks took a different seat on a bus, she set in motion a world of change. Well fat, the body and body judgment is one of the last bastions of acceptable discrimination.
"That woman in the street the other day who called me thunder thighs, did it because she feels she can call upon my weight as an insult because she is surrounded by messages that agree with her – that fat is something I should be ashamed of."