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My Big Fat Fetish - your reactions on Twitter
Channel 4 certainly know how to sell their shows - slap on a punchy title (like My Big Fat Fetish for example) and people are guaranteed to tune in.
That certainly happened last night when Twitter erupted with comments about the documentary My Big Fat Fetish, which followed the lives of four women who aspired to be as over-weight as they could possibly be.
Not only did the 'gainers' make money from their large size, but they also had a string of male fans who found their weight a turn-on.
Viewers took to Twitter to share their thoughts and, while some people defended the women on the show, others were appalled.
You can read some of the top tweets, including some from celebrities, that were posted throughout the show below:
@JamieryAndee: Watching My Big Fat Fetish. It's great how these women love their bodies but it's sickening how unhealthy they're making themselves.
@DoctorChristian: No I'm not watching fat fetish show. I'm in a car travelling back to London from Birmingham. Prob a good thing as I think it would annoy me.
@JodieMarsh: If ever there was a reason to go to the gym; it's on Channel 4 right now.
@eddiethesavage: MyBigFatFetish is just a form of bodybuilding. We build muscle, they build fat. Same concept, just different tissue. Go on feeders!
@Alice_Reeves: If this was incredibly skinny women talking about how good it feels to be dangerously underweight it'd never be broadcast.
@HurricaneHenry7: If I'm being honest that #MyBigFatFetish show didn't leave me feeling disgusted, I just felt hungry. I also wanted to be fed KFC.
@WillLewis: It's actually really sad seeing these women destroy their bodies for money.
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