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WTF Fat Chicks?

August 22nd, 2009

if you cant beat them, eat them

Dude WTF fat chicks? You are loud. You are obnoxious. You think you need to have a big personality to match your weight. Pretend all you want with that huge smile that it’s cool. All this talk about real women and real beauty. Ha! Let me tell you there are naturally skinny people. There are naturally beautiful people. Just because your not one of them does not make you any more real. Some are fat, some are skinny, some are ugly, some are hot, some are somewhere in between. Get in where you fit in. It’s not that you are fat that makes you annoying, it is living the overcompensating stereotype of the larger than life fat person that is annoying.

What is the deal with wearing skinny girl outfits anyway? Is it denial? Why the love of spandex and the bare midriff?

Silicone princesses are a whole different beast and just as bad. I will save that rant for another post.

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  1. August 24th, 2009 at 20:21 | #1

    not too many pieces of fan mail on this post ps.

  2. Julia
    November 7th, 2009 at 17:42 | #2

    Let me tell you there are naturally skinny people… and tv shows only those ones as succesful and happy persons. This is the reason why fat chicks remind (too many times) their existence in the real life. (Tv)brainwashing VS (larger than life fat person’s)brainwashing. As stated in the Newton’s third law

  3. Julia
    November 7th, 2009 at 18:01 | #3

    Another thoughtful answer: “People see me as trying to convince everybody that all sexy images of women are bad and that everybody should think fat women are sexy. I know I must come across as militant or extreme at times. I think that passion for my causes comes from pain and mostly from not wanting other women to experience that pain.
    I often find myself thinking deep thoughts about sexual imagry, the latest ideal body that is pushed by the mainstream media, feminism and sexual expression. I want women to feel free to do whatever they want to do with their lives. If that means being a stripper and if they love it, well, they should do it. The things I object to is the mainstream tart-ification of young women. The way we condition young people to think they need to bleach their private areas, shave away all hair, have big boobs, but small waists. When teen boys and young men see this across so many media forms I think it sets them up for an expectation of how a woman should look. I love sexy images… I love women and curves and less curves. I like seeing women smile, confident and happy.”
    from bodypolitics . allzah . com

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