>>79015853 (continued)>fat acceptance
While the show features characters with fat on them, it neither chews them out for being fat nor glorifies it from what I've seen, and the only main characters who are fat are those where it either makes sense for the character or is inconsequential.
For example, Greg's a bit fat because he's a canon washed-up loser, a former musician who turned down fame for love, winding up as a car wash owner after his wife died suddenly and he got stuck raising the kid. Probably got depressed after that double-whammy, and like most people put on weight as a result.
Steven's tubby because he's a weird-ass kid that shovels junk food down his throat because no one taught him otherwise, and even then he slims down immensely at any point where he ages. In one of the newer episodes where he only gets a few inches taller for a short while, his midsection becomes 100% flat.
Amethyst's whole deal is being a malformed reject version of an unknown class of gem, and she's also a slob and generally-obnoxious, so it's in-character that someone like her would neglect their physical condition while not exactly being looked-up-to for it. Plus, all of it technically doesn't even matter, since she's a small rock with a shell of hard light around it that can be reformed at will and is thus purely-aesthetic. No organs or other biological systems to create or process fat anyways.
Most notably, the biggest example I've seen of "look, she's fat, fat is okay guys" being wrongly applied with this show is Rose. While she looked somewhat fat in a few brief depictions (which wasn't helped by her attire of a long dress), most episodes have show her in a state of being heavily-pregnant, and the latest one showed her with a completely-flat midsection despite generally being big. All the evidence points to her not being a fatty, but rather just being huge in an Amazonian sense, a woman who's tall and has arms/legs like tree trunks, but isn't a bloated sack of crap.