Why This 'Fat is Not a Bad Word' Nonsense Has to Stop
Here we have a real live cretin putting herself on display for all the world to see.
No, she is not a cretin for her infantile "F*ck fascist beauty standards" comment, although I do love how these desperately unhappy SJW (Social Justice Warrior) types now stick the word 'fascist' in front of everything that they don't like.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and there are plenty of men out there who don't like the purported beauty standards of stick-thin models.
This young lady is a cretin solely because she epitomises the movement that wants to force us to believe that "fat is not a bad word."
Who is she trying to convince? Herself of course - this is all an exercise in making herself feel better, which I have no problem with so long as she does it in the privacy of her own home as opposed to making a very obvious public statement.
Let me be very clear - FAT IS A BAD WORD.
Being fat ("fat" = overweight, it does not mean "I don't have a six pack" or anything OTT like that) increases all causes of mortality.
That means that if you are fat, there is an extremely high chance that it will both hasten your death and drastically reduce your quality of life.
In order to bring some calm to their troubled souls, the overweight SJWs attempt to conflate subjective standards of beauty, that no sane person should care about unless they're in the fashion business, with objective standards of health.
It's time they grew up and took some responsibility because the truth, as unpalatable as it may be for these delicate snowflakes, is that fat really is a bad word and no one ever accidentally ate a doughnut.