August 26, 2017
If I had graduated college in America, I’d feel very ashamed of myself right now… Seriously, these places are nothing more than giant mental asylums.
An Arizona State University professor has expressed disappointment at the results of a study she conducted with around 20 women, all of whom consider gaining 100 pounds to be a negative thing. She expected them to embrace her views of fatness as a “liberatory” experience.
Read that again a couple of times. Do you get it now?
Breanne Fahs, a self-described “fat woman” who teaches Women and Gender Studies at ASU, was dismayed by the study in which “no participants described gaining 100 pounds as a positive thing to imagine.”
I’m shocked. Everybody is shocked, I’m sure. Why would anybody think turning from a human being to a pig that can walk on it’s hind legs isn’t liberating and powerful? I mean it’s CURRENT YEAR!
Also, this is the “professor”:
Her fatness isn’t just “self-described”
I joogled this creature, sure that it has done retarded shit like this before. And yes, she has!
A few years ago, she offered extra credit to her female students if they stopped shaving their armpits. Armpit hair is a major feminist issue, and almost as liberating as type 2 diabetes.
Campus Reform reported Thursday that the professor — who describes fatness as “liberatory” from the shackles of patriarchal society — claims that obesity is only considered unattractive because of “patriarchy, sexism, and oppression of women.”
Of course it is… If it’s weren’t for “patriarchy,” every man would wanna stick his dick in a woman that weighs as much as a baby whale.
Fahs published her findings in an article for the Women’s Studies International Forum, where she wrote that “the fear of fatness is far more extreme, exaggerated, and terrible than the lived realities of living in a fat body.”
The people who are experiencing these “realities” are subhuman and essentially braindead, so they’re not really bound to be afraid of anything…
She notes that in her survey, four women “shrieked in disgust” or “started laughing uncontrollably” when she asked them what they thought of gaining 100 pounds instantly. Unsurprisingly, the participants believed she was joking when she asked the question.
Fahs was also upset by the fact that none of the women she surveyed considered obesity to be positive in any way whatsoever, and that “no women identified fatness as physically or personally important (even hypothetically).” In other words, the women did not like the idea of becoming obese.
How am I supposed to even make fun of this? The Daily Stormer is a site that relies heavily on satire and hyperbole, but when reality looks like this, what am I supposed to do? These creatures are living satire, and funnier stuff than I could ever make up.
My inner panda is very sad right now…
The professor says that fatness shouldn’t be seen as a negative quality because “feminist theory” suggests that the stigmatization of obesity is “connected to patriarchy, sexism, and the oppression of women.”
“That women did not identify the liberatory, political, or social implications of fatness seemed to reveal much about the contemporary framing of fatness as purely negative and solely based in stigma,” she claims.
She concludes that women shouldn’t be afraid of weight gain, and that “interventions that seek to lessen or buffer the intensity of women’s fear of weight gain could impact not only fat women’s lives, but all women’s lives.”
A massive increase in the risk of almost every disease known to man, lower mobility, lower quality of life, and you can’t even catch even run after the fucking buss… Totally the patriarchy’s fault.
Fahs views are in line with that of professor Jennifer B. Webb of University of North Carolina-Charlotte, who promotes fat acceptance by encouraging obese young women to post revealing pictures of themselves on Instagram.
This isn’t isolated to one university, or even just a handful of them. It’s endemic throughout higher education in the Anglo-Saxon world. Fat women repeating gibberish the kikes made up is the norm in these places, which is why I can’t really look at anyone with a degree from them as anything other than a moron.
Obesity is one of the leading causes of health illnesses in the United States. The American Heart Association reports that obese people suffer an elevated risk of health problems including heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes—all of which shorten lifespans and affect quality of life.
Don’t worry you dumb goy, it’s all worth it as long you’re fighting the patriarchy.
This is how you’re supposed to do it