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[–] performance 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I'm sick of seeing "plus sized" used to describe these grease goblins. They all have mental problems and need serious treatment. Sane people don't just cram food into their faces whenever they see it and then profess to everyone how healthy they are when it's as plain as day that they can barely even walk with all that blubber. There's a growing mental health epidemic in the US and no one seems to give the tiniest shit except here on voat maybe.

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[–] Lilacaxe [S] 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

But these shebeasts can walk around a pole so they are super fit and healthy.

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[–] zaimenellen 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Checkmate fatphobics!!!!1!!

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[–] GoGoGadgetFatHate 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I was a little surprised to see her actually doing things ON the pole, rather than most of the obese pole dancers who awkwardly walk around it a few times. BUT did you notice how the camera only focused on artsy things like her foot or legs when doing more advanced tricks? That means the rest of her was a HOT MESS trying to contort herself into those poses. And HOW MUCH IS SHE EATING that she can maintain that size while sweating in a class like that? Mind boggling. All it would require is a tiny bit of effort on her part and her hobby would become 1000x easier. But no, better to be a shitty example to others and remain obese

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[–] Lilacaxe [S] 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

She actually has some muscle definition in her thighs. She is clearly having trouble putting the fork down. You can't outrun or outpole? a bad diet. https://m.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10104592987053974&id=5304033&set=a.806715129304.2407197.5304033&source=56&ref=m_notif&notif_t=video_reply

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[–] polebunny 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

As a pole dancer none of the shit she does is impressing. She's advanced intermediate (fwiw, I'm intermediate) and her body prevents her from ever crossing the treshold to actually impressive competition level stuff. Plus generally if you're not good at tricks your dance and floorwork should make up for it and hers certainly don't. She just looks like a beach ball.

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[–] sandwiches4breakfast 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

She was out of breath talking; talk about athletic prowess. Then she's in the comment section asking anyone that disagrees with her or her supporters for money. I get it, her food bill is probably ridiculous, but that kind of ploy is extremely tacky, and really only solidifies their negative opinion of her.

As for the comment section in general, there were a few shitlordy comments here and there. Mostly respectful, which isn't that much of a surprise. The more surprising thing were the comments from people that don't believe in the term plus size being applied to sizes up to 18 because the US average is 16-18 (wtf?). A whole herd of them decided that they are not plus sized they are normal sized, while disregarding the fact that their weight is a problem; and that doctors could in fact predict their health and quality of life based on their appearance.

These "news" outlets and social media platforms are doing a serious disservice to their audience by continuing to allow stories to be published and social media influencers free reign to promote lies. Obviously journalistic integrity has completely gone out the window. I realize that in the United States, freedom of speech is entrenched in the constitution; however in other countries where it is less entrenched: promoting obesity should be treated as if it were inciting hatred or violence, and those promoting it should face severe consequences and lose their platform.

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[–] derram 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

https://archive.fo/QcgMu :

"I'm trying to undo 33 years of self-hatred about my weight and my worth as an athlete." This plus-size pole dance instructor is challenging stereotypes about what it means to be fit.

'"I'm trying to undo 33 years of self-hatred about my weight and my worth as an athlete."'

'This plus-size pole dance instructor is challenging stereotypes about what it means to be fit. '


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