I have no thoughts--negative or positive--about people with weight issues. I've had to lose weight myself and I am constantly on the lookout to maintain myself within a healthy range--for MY own health.
I do not think people with who are obese are stupid or mean or any of those judgemental descriptives. They are people and that is it.
What I do have issue with is people who are obese and expect to NOT have trouble after having a surgical procedure with moving, or walking or any of those things people who are not obese are expected to do. Many do. It is just the way of size. If you are big, it is more difficult. That's reality. No bones, no pretenses, no nothing.
I cannot and will move you by myself if you are two or three times my size. First, I wouldn't be able to keep you from falling without hurting you or myself. So yes, I will ask several people and yes, it can be undignified--even if I try my very best to keep it with as much dignity as I can possibly can. It's just reality.
So here is a sobering fact. If you are big, things seem to be harder, especially post-op.
That's it. Bottom line.