There's a show on 'Really' where a chap is complaining that facilities aren't suitable for fat people (his words).
He wants to have things changed to make things larger. Like all loos should be bigger - well that means there have to be fewer as no more space is available. So you'll have to queue more but he doesn't mention that. He wants restaurants to have fewer tables so more space - sounds great until you look at the figures for restaurants going out of business as it is and reducing the maximum number of covers they can take will only make that worse. You can get bigger seats on planes - they are they really expensive ones because the plane can fit fewer of them on.
That we are getting bigger is a problem (I am overweight myself) and it should be solved, not by making facilities bigger but putting money and effort into dealing with the issue. It's more important to find a way to stop (or at least slow) the increase in size. Nurses, paramedics, undertakers and care workers are struggling to deal with the problem. It's yet another strain on the NHS - which is struggling anyway.
It's true that men and women are getting a complex about their bodies. The superskinny look that is currently fashionable is equally unhealthy. That fat people get abuse in the street is completely unacceptable but that's a completely different issue from re-arranging the country.