Some time ago, there was a thread about the best nonjudgmental connotation-free term to use to refer to fat people. But I am curious if anybody has any good suggestions for how to refer to people who are not fat. In the media, such people are generally referred to as "normal sized" or "healthy weight". Both terms are objectionable for what should hopefully be obvious reasons. But I am struggling to think of an alternative that doesn't presume that they are better for not being fat. I don't think "skinny" is the best word to use, as not all not-fat people are skinny, and I generally think of skinny as referring to someone genuinely underweight. Also, I'd prefer to find a term that isn't derogatory as skinny shaming accomplishes nothing.