Morbidly Obese Women Demand They be Considered Sexually Attractive

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
February 8, 2015

Tess Holliday: The patriarchy said she needed to lose weight, but she knew better.
Tess Holliday: The patriarchy said she needed to lose weight, but she knew better.

At first, the only invincible bodies in the politically correct spectrum were Negroes and women.  They were born as they were, and couldn’t help it, so aspects of the system must be changed to help them deal with these conditions of birth.  Then in the 90s, homosexuality became something you were born with, and so civil rights began to apply to homos.  Then at some point – I don’t really have any idea when it was – fatness stopped being something you could condemn people for, and instead seemed to reached the status of anal-fetishism – “don’t make fun of her for being fat, she can’t help it.”

Now, fat women are literally claiming they are somehow beautiful and demanding that the world accept them as such.  This of course only follows logically from the initial feminist claim of “I am entitled to everything while responsible for nothing.”

These cows have created a movement they call “body positive” which encourages women to not be ashamed of the utter and complete lack of self-control that obesity necessarily implies, and instead just feel good about their disgusting shapes.  I guess the Prozac must be playing some crucial role here.

What they claim is that female physical attractiveness is not based on biological responses in the male to fertility triggers, but is instead just made up arbitrarily, mainly for the purpose of hurting their feelings.  If you want to get an idea of the way they view the world, flip through a few of these pro-fat blogs.

Dear cows: Elle remains the fairest one of all.
Dear cows: Elle remains the fairest one of all.
Also, Taylor Swift: Because objective reality is a thing.
Also, Taylor Swift: Because objective reality is a thing.

One of the spokeswomen of this movement is plus-size model Tess Holliday, who is a ghastly size 24 – that is, she is morbidly obese, such as is dangerous to her health. But what matters is that she feels she is beautiful, and has no obligation to learn self-control in order to meet objective standards of physical attractiveness. Because, after all, objectivity was always just a conspiracy of the Patriarchy designed to oppress women.

Here is a segment on Tess’ modelling contract from Channel 4 (have vomit bag ready).

And here is an interview. This is particularly insane, as she and the interviewer talk about how it is a social justice agenda to convince people fat is beautiful.

Social justice does not have an end point in sight. The Marxist idea is that all which is superior must succumb to that which is inferior, and so of course you must say that there is no objective beauty, and a 30-year-old cow is just as attractive as a thin nubile.

So, what comes after fat women are actually beautiful?

The obvious thing is that retarded people are actually really smart.  The logistics of that are going to be difficult, but I’m sure they’ll figure out a way to pull it off.

I can see the Channel 4 segment now:

Typically when you think of a graduate student of neurobiology at MIT, you do not think of a Down Syndrome sufferer with the mental age of 4.  But Johnny Jones is changing all of that, and a new movement has emerged to cast off old stereotypes which claim that people with Down Syndrome are less intelligent than people without Down Syndrome.

“I is smart boy, very smart boy, mommy say I is very smart as everyone.  Huhhhhhuhhhhh.  I do a good learn, make happy happy time, everyone feel happy in school time huuuuuhhh.” Johnny told me.

And Dr. Jacob Silverwitz agrees: “there is simply no solid evidence to suggest that people with Down Syndrome are less intelligent than people without Down Syndrome.  It is a nagging cultural bias left over from the patriarchy, slavery, the Holocaust, Jim Crow, colonialism and White privilege.”

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