The fantasy world feminists and the politically correct live in

No Fat ChicksI moved abroad many years ago in no small part to avoid the rampant bullshit that one is assaulted with by feminists, politicians and the politically correct on a daily basis when living in the US as well as many other western countries. For the most part I do my best to avoid or ignore the mainstream media, pop culture and entertainment, etc. but every once and a while I have to take a peek just out of morbid curiosity. It was during one of these aimless internet surfing sessions that I came across this abomination of a blog post. This post is an absolute three ring circus full of retardation and idiocy. Don’t get me wrong, feminists and the politically correct are pretty retarded in general, but even having that expectation firmly in mind this one really takes the cake. Apparently the author thinks that weight and appearance simply do not matter and by simply declaring this false belief it will magically be so. Good luck with that.

Besides making the insane assertion that appearance and weight have nothing to do with beauty the author spent a lot of time whining and complaining about the image below:

Thin to Fat

Holy shit, is the national average really a size 16 now!?!?

Here’s another similar picture, for the record I highly doubt the chunky chick on the left is anybody’s “ideal” woman, also she looks a lot more like a size 12 than the girl in the picture above who actually looks pretty hot and not fat at all!

Fat and Thin

I'd say the girl in the middle looks pretty "ideal".

I find the rest of the article to absurd to even respond to but if you care here is a nice commentary (updated because In Mala Fide is now defunct). What I really want to talk about is how incredibly fat the western world is becoming and about the growing movement of fat acceptance and the growing prevalence of fat apologists. Hell, there’s even NAAFA (The National Association to Advance Fat Accetpance). Just when I thought I’d seen it all it seems an entire movement has sprung up trying to convince the world that obesity is normal and that not only should we accept it but that we should celebrate it (after all, wouldn’t declaring fat as beautiful be celebrating it?). Let’s get something straight here, in the real world the following are indusputable facts:

1.) Obesity is absolutely unattractive except to some small percentage of the population with weird fetishes.
2.) Obesity is health a risk.
3.) Obesity is a rapidly growing problem.
4.) Only a very very tiny percentage of fat people are that way due to some legitimate medical condition that causes uncontrollable weight gain.
5.) Obese people waste resources, not just food but energy because they are more expensive to transport and more expensive in terms of health care expense.

This is not something we should accept, rationalize or make excuses for – it’s a problem that should be addressed. In fact, since more and more countries are moving toward socialized medicine and fat people require more health care, it’s increasingly becoming a public policy that affects every tax payer. Why in the world should we make excuses for and rationalize this unhealthy, disgusting, unattractive, wasteful condition? Additionally, why isn’t anyone pointing out that this obesity problem is a relatively new problem? And if we really want to get down to brass tacks here, isn’t anyone asking themselves why the fuck fully half of the population is even bigger than the two plumpers on the right of those photos who supposedly represent the “average” woman? Seriously is it that bad now?

Check out what things used to look like just 25 years ago in the US:

United States Obesity Rates 1985-2010

United States Obesity Rates 1985-2010

And today:

2010 State Obesity Rates
State % State % State % State %
Alabama 32.2 Illinois 28.2 Montana 23.0 Rhode Island 25.5
Alaska 24.5 Indiana 29.6 Nebraska 26.9 South Carolina 31.5
Arizona 24.3 Iowa 28.4 Nevada 22.4 South Dakota 27.3
Arkansas 30.1 Kansas 29.4 New Hampshire 25.0 Tennessee 30.8
California 24.0 Kentucky 31.3 New Jersey 23.8 Texas 31.0
Colorado 21.0 Louisiana 31.0 New Mexico 25.1 Utah 22.5
Connecticut 22.5 Maine 26.8 New York 23.9 Vermont 23.2
Delaware 28.0 Maryland 27.1 North Carolina 27.8 Virginia 26.0
District of Columbia 22.2 Massachusetts 23.0 North Dakota 27.2 Washington 25.5
Florida 26.6 Michigan 30.9 Ohio 29.2 West Virginia 32.5
Georgia 29.6 Minnesota 24.8 Oklahoma 30.4 Wisconsin 26.3
Hawaii 22.7 Mississippi 34.0 Oregon 26.8 Wyoming 25.1
Idaho 26.5 Missouri 30.5 Pennsylvania 28.6  

Is it just me or is anyone stopping to take notice that a huge chunk of states have what looks like 1 in 3 people that are obese (or more)? Not just fat but obese!? How fucked up is the world that in just 25 years the United States can go from being a relatively fit nation to having a national average obesity rate of 27% (that’s over 1 in four!) and a large portion of the commentary is simply telling us that we should just accept fatness as a frequent and regular occurrence and even that we should redefine our concepts of beauty to include not just the fat but the obese? That’s what this is isn’t it? Why is it never part of the discussion that there are still huge chunks of the world where it’s still a relative rarity to see fat person such as Eastern Europe and Asia (with the exception of the Philippines and to a lesser degree Thailand, where the girls but not so much the men seem to have a real propensity for packing on the pounds)?

As fat as I know the west has become I still can’t help but wonder if this “the average woman is a size 16” statistic is just an egregious inflation to make those that are even fatter feel better about themselves (“Well, I’m just a little over average…”). Maybe it’s something like that pesky “one in four” rape statistic that never seems to go away even though one can easily determine that the real figure is well north of one in one thousand? Sadly we have come to a point where it’s more likely than not that anything you find in the mainstream media, as well as an increasing proportion of the “alternative” media, is just flat out wrong, complete and total bullshit. Buyer beware – keep thinking for yourself and don’t believe any of the bullshit people are trying to sell you these days!

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  • Joe

    I don’t totally agree with the comments people have left. I actually find women with a little extra weight to be pretty attractive. I like fit women too of course. Who doesn’t? But I’m really sick of the ultra-thin look now. Like those pictures above, I think the size 16 women look the best. The “ideal” size of 8 is definitely not that hot. They are way too skinny. Girls look sexy as hell when they have curves. And i guess having fat people isn’t so bad; it makes the rest of us look better :-).

  • Uncle Elmer

    The problem with fat chicks is that it’s like fucking uphill.

  • Anonymous age 70

    The fatties are merely doing what stupid doctors are telling them to do. “Go low fat; high carb.” The first paper stating to be healthy one had to eat low carb was written in 1814. Some of the worst science in modern history was done in the 20th Century, and alleged that we must eat low fat. Atkins proved that 95% of fat people of European ancestry need low carb to be healthy. Doctors have given out so much bad information that everyone is confused, making it impossible to teach them to go low carb.

    To find out the details find a copy of GOOD CALORIES BAD CALORIES by Gary Taubes. He explains how a small number of influential doctors decreed low fat; high carb, with no supporting evidence, around 1973.

    Atkins (but only the new Atkins, in THE NEW ATKINS FOR THE NEW YOU), Taubes; Paleo; perhaps Omega; any low carb; moderate to high fat and moderate protein diet will do if you find one that suits you both physically and emotionally.

    I am 70. When my son was in medical school, and the idiot professor explained to them why eating fat can’t make you fat, then recommended a low fat; high carb diet; he and I both weighed 220 pounds.

    He, thanks to Atkins, is now 160; I am 175, and still losing slowly. My b.p. is usually 110/69, normal for 15 year olds. (Actually, I just checked it and it was 105/68.) I carry in 110 pound (50 kg.) bags of cement when the truck comes. How many 40 year old fat doctors can do that?

    My son says if everyone of European ancestry went low carb, medical costs would be reduced by at least 50%. I have needed medical attention twice in 10 years. Once was for ant bites; I forgot what they looked like and panicked. The other was when I ate large quantities of goat fat, which no one told me was toxic stuff.

  • This ‘acceptance’ has made its way into porn films as well. Back when I started in films, the girls had to come in and be seen in person by the directors. They had to have the right height to weight ratio. If a girl had a pretty face but was 10 pounds overweight, they told her, “Lose the 10 lbs and get back to us.”
    In the case of a girl having a nice body but her face wasn’t attractive or her teeth were crooked, again, “Get it fixed and come back to us.”
    I think what we are seeing is the acceptance of mediocre. People have grown up being told, “Everyone is beautiful/You have a great body/ You ARE special”. It’s bullshit. There are some who just don’t cut it and that’s why we have thin, beautiful, in shape movie stars and then, the rest. We are naturally attracted to the prettiest and most fit bodies.
    We need to accept this and stop accepting mediocre.

    • True dat. I will say I have been shocked by how bad mainstream celebrities and “super models” look in person with no makeup or Photoshop though…

  • Richard

    For the original article in question, the conclusion may be flawed but the content is at least more objective than most of the other unsubstantiated crap flying around the internet.

    The models selected to represent the fatter women in these “promotional” posters are easily within the top 5% of their demographic in regards to attractiveness. If an average women of size 16 with cellulite and belly fat was shown then their message would be very diluted. Additionally, the first picture the sizes look too small, and the size 8 women has a body profile shot which wouldn’t show her hips anyway, and a posture that makes her hips look relatively smaller.

    The problem I find is not that “fat promoters” exist, because they is to be expected given that the public do tend to persecute larger women. The problem is the Western diet; people simply aren’t educated about what to eat and drink.

    I looked at the nutritional values of several cereals at the supermarket, and they ranged from 25-40% sugar by weight, with another 20% or so as polymer carbohydrates; they are almost pure energy with little else. Women are encouraged to eat the same quantity as men, and portion sizes are generally too big in the US anyway. Women need to eat less, especially if they are short because their nutritional energy requirement would be even smaller. I reckon that there is a significant correlation between height and obesity, I don’t often see taller women with the same level of obesity that I see in certain waddling shorter women.

    The government (of the US and the UK) needs to educate the population on how much and what to eat. It needs to be more stringent on food labelling, perhaps with the most harmful foods given a similar treatment to boxes of cigarettes: “smoking gives you cancer”. People need to know that their triple latte-capu-frapo-crapuchino contains enough calories to set fire to a building.

    Populations are not stupid, but still need to be told what to think. I don’t want to pay for the treatment and transport of fat people, and I definitely do not want to sit between them on planes. Most people I know who are larger are clueless about diet: when to eat and what to eat. It is about time that changes because it is easy to eat a normal diet, the rest of the world does it every day.

    • Evan

      Not gonna happen while Monsanto runs the show 🙁

  • Evan

    I totally accept fat people for who and what they are.

    Without them, my self-confidence would not shoot through the roof every time I walk down the street; observing their blubber bouncing angelically from side to side, oiled by the onset of perspiration that comes after they’ve been on their feet for more than two minutes.

    Please continue to down those quarts of Hagan Daaz in front of American Idol every night, if not for you the flow of pussy in my general direction may dry up.

    Thank you fatties for doing your part!

  • Barbarian

    American girls need role models like her:

    You want to tackle obesity, you have to use the same psychology that that is being used to promote it. Denounce obese people for making everybody unhappy! (Unhappiness is a crime in modern western democracy.)

  • This fat-acceptance business is fascinating.

    We already have “slut-shaming” and now we have “fat-shaming”.

    The only point I want to make is the one that took all my intellectual might to arrive at:

    You never see a bunch of men getting together and marching to complain about how others FEEL about them. I’ll make a stink about someone committing violence against me in some way, but about how they FEEL about me? No. That’s their business.

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