Hello! Brand new user here. Not sure if this type of post is ok. I made an account here after I was shadowbanned on r/conspiracy for the below post I wrote regarding a conspiracy with the fat acceptance movement. Yesterday morning, after browing some controversial discussion threads on the interwebs, I had almost an epiphany of sorts- I believe that the fat acceptance movement is a ploy to end strong female lives earlier as it's tenants are advocating for behaviors that lead to death, and I think it's important for us women to fight for our right to live rather than the right to kill ourselves. R/conspiracy apparently didn't like my position, and when I inquired about the shadowban, I was muted for 72 hours which only helps confirm my belief.
"Is the "fat acceptance movement" a conspiracy to end strong feminist lives earlier?
Hear me out.
Being overweight is not physically healthy. Shouldn't feminism encourage women to be the healthiest we can possibly be, rather than force us to accept a condition that will literally kill us??
I believe fat acceptance is a ploy to end strong feminine lives earlier. Being healthy and at a normal BMI allows you to be able to fight for womens rights for YEARS longer than you would be if you are, you know, dead.
By pushing a message that "overweight is sexy", I believe malicious forces are investing in the fact that overweight women will be too preoccupied with health concerns/too exhausted (most common symptom of being overweight) to fight for ourselves or care about politics. It ensures that we need to be taken care of, which to me is the complete OPPOSITE of what feminism is about!! By being healthy, exercising, eating raw foods and lean meats, and cutting out processed carbs, we are investing in a lifetime of feminism and standing up for our beliefs, rather than just 10 or 15 years.