Devil wrote:The sad thing about all this is that I'm so used to actual hams, this twat doesn't even register. I encounter such hideously deformed mockeries of the human body on a daily basis that whoever the fuck this thread is about seems like supermodel material.
Why? Well,she may look like she's destined to hit the wall in the next 2-5 years, but at least she looks like a person. I can clearly tell where her legs stop and her ass begins. I don't grimace and hold back vomit when scanning over her pictures. Most of all, I'm not filled with a cold, black contempt for the people who overindulge themselves to the point where they need assistance to merely stand up, let alone walk down a flight of stairs.
That's not me defending her, don't get me wrong. Just...you guys see a hamplanet and my onboard sensors don't even register her as "fat" because of the shit I see in my day to day. You can probably imagine what I'm used to seeing if that's the case. If I'm feeling frisky later, I'll edit in a spoiler to show you what kind of grotesque Eldritch abominations I mean. For now, duty calls. Keep being shitlords, guys. I wouldn't have anyone to talk to otherwise.
I have the same experience. I think most of us do. This is not a thread about marveling at stupendous levels of obesity. She's not Tess Holliday. If I saw her on the street and didn't know who she was, I'd think she was an average, somewhat chubby girl. I wouldn't be into her but I wouldn't be especially repelled either. It would make no real impression. It certainly wouldn't merit a fat-shaming post here. But this is an 18 year-old body you describe as destined to hit the wall in the next 2-5 years and, perhaps more significantly, it's a body that's celebrated in magazines, on websites, in an ad campaign with Dove, and in an upcoming movie with Burt Reynolds. It is a body which belongs to a millionaire whose wealth comes, in large part, from selling her sexuality. That being the case, the fact that she resents the idea that she should have to work on her body and goes crying victim at the least negative feedback before declaring she doesn't care seems like the kind of entitled twattery we routinely discuss here.
It's certainly a huge double standard. Not that there aren't famous, unattractive men but they're famous for other things and we don't demand that women pretend to find them attractive. There aren't half-naked magazine covers of Jonah Hill captioned "Real Women Like Curves" and complaining about how oppressive Chris Evans's look is or whatever.