Here's the picture of how she dealt with the oppression through nutritional facts:
|Why bother with facts when you can have feelings instead?|
What I found amusing on the one hand, but quite startling on the other, even though we should all by now have gotten used to all facets of female entitlement, is that she seems to have no clear understanding that the problem with obesity is hardly just something the 'patriarchy' made up. Slim women are attractive because being slim is an indicator of health. Being fat is the opposite. Now, if women would own it, get fat and be proud of it, I'd (almost) have no problem with it. There's still the public health issue, after all. Instead, though, you have women argue that even though they are fat they still deserve the attention of all men. Assanova once posted a humorous graphic caricaturing that virtually all women only want guys in the 8 - 10 range, even if they are only 2's themselves. Likewise, you have old, ugly bitches demand that men should get horny for them instead of women who are actually good looking.
Some of you may have heard of the Protein World "Beach Body" campaign that made some women feel at uneasy over their shitty looks. Here is the woman who enraged a mob of ugly feminists, followed by a picture of her competition:
|How dare they put a young, beautiful woman on a poster!|
|Who would want to fuck that?|
We live in such a cruel world when women like the former are admired and women like the latter aren't. Think of the absurdity: yes, nature is 'cruel' (no, nature doesn't really care about your particular set of genes) because your genetics determine your looks to a very large part. That being said, your genes are not your fate, and there is still a lot one can do. Of course there are limits, even if you throw copious amounts of surgery into the mix.
But why is it that unattractive women have seemingly the entire mainstream media at their disposal to whine about this alleged injustice? If short or poor men would band together to campaign against the media who always present tall, muscular men as unreachable ideals, or reduces men to their earning power --- what do you think would happen? Well, nothing, really. I could only ever imagine this as satire anyway, because men are normally aware that they are not showered in attention because they've got a pair of young, perky tits. No, instead men are severely aware that if they want to get anywhere in life, they have to make an effort to get there. Not wanting to make an effort and still expecting attention and admiration, though, is yet another example of what has been termed the solipsism of the female mind.
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