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The vast majority of cities are built around cars that transport fatties around with zero effort, so that no one needs to bike or walk.
White-collar work demands that most people sit at desks.
Fat feminism originated during second-wave feminism Fat feminism and the related fat acceptance movement originated in the late 1960s alongside second-wave feminism.
In fact, the opposite is desirable: a high-fat, low-carb, zero-sugar diet.
The “individual responsibility” part is why I sometimes invite fatties to the gym with me, or become a bore who only talks about sugar and deadlifting and foam rollers during certain social moments. I pity the fatties, because most don’t really know what to do or lack the willpower necessary to execute the program. It signals sloth and low conscientiousness to employers.
It increases health costs and decreases mental acuity. It’s a horrible condition that should be changed, not accepted.
Fat feminists advocate body-positive acceptance for women, regardless of their weight.
There is also a focus on eliminating biases experienced directly or indirectly by overweight people.
For most people, who just go with the flow around them, becoming a fattie is the default state. You, the reader, can try by getting a bike and riding it.