So, in one of my classes, we discussed the IAT: the implicit associations test. Most commonly, it's used to see if people have internal racist inclinations even if they are not outwardly expressed or known. But the IAT isn't used exclusively for race. On the website, there are numerous tests...including one for weight. That is, to test whether you implicitly favor thin people or fat people. I thought it would be cool for people on Dimensions to take this test. The test usually shows that people have an implicit preference for thin people (uh, maybe we can just ignore that, for the time being) and I was curious to see how people here scored. Even as a thin person, I scored as having a moderate automatic preference for fatties. Here's the website: https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/takeatest.html All you have to do is click on "Take a Test". There's some demographic stuff, but if it's a drop-down menu interface (only some of the tests are) then you can skip it. I'm going to make a poll so people don't have to admit their results if they don't want to. But feel free to discuss. You know you want to try it. For science.