June Churchill, an executive at a fitness company, has a body mass index that puts her in the “obese” range. She is up for a promotion to become head of public relations. Though she has a lot of experience in the field and has received good performance reviews, her supervisors choose a thinner, less-experienced man for the position. June can’t decide whether she was a victim of weight-based discrimination, sex discrimination, or if the other candidate really was a better fit. Or was it her own fault because she wasn’t watching her weight?