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[–] ohgoodlord 0 points 26 points (+26|-0) ago  (edited ago)

almost always former women

It took me a second to realize you weren't talking about trans people and just shitlording about fats. Like that's where were at as a society, these things that were sooo rare like super-obesity and transitioning have become mainstreamed and the normal is considered bad. I'm not even transphobic (one of my favorite profs in college was trans) but it's so weird that it's okay to hate on anyone cis or normal sized or legitimately attractive. Our society is glorifying mental illnesses, essentially.

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[–] PleaseDontEatMe 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

100% agree. They're now trying to normalize pedos as well! This is what happens when people are not ashamed of being abnormal. Fats should absolutely be shamed for being fat and society should stop giving in to the demands of anything beyond the norm.

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

Since when are cis people made fun of for not being trans?

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

sounds like 4chan trolls pretending to be sjws on twitter have claimed yet another victim

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[–] REEEperMan 0 points 18 points (+18|-0) ago 

Literally a thing that invaded my Twitter timeline today:

I have cellulite, my stomach isn't flat, i've got stretch marks, i have curves but i'm me and all of that makes me beautiful.

That's not how beauty works, sweetie. You can be content with how you look, but it still doesn't make you beautiful.

(Also REEEEEEEE! I too have stretchmarks from rapid growth during puberty, and a doctor once asked me if I was ever fat because of them. HOW DARE YOU, SIR, HOW DARE YOU!?)

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[–] see_ess 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

projection of how she wants others to think.

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[–] c-fox 0 points 15 points (+15|-0) ago 

Self praise is no praise. And genuinely beautiful women don't go around telling people how beautiful they are, because it's obvious.

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[–] DancingCat 0 points 12 points (+12|-0) ago 

I've said it before and I'll say it again, not everyone is beautiful. Many things are ugly. I am covered in scars from years of repeated self harm, and there is nothing beautiful about them. They stay covered up because what they say about me is not good, and they are ugly to view. I used to have really bad acne. Instead of reeing about pimples being beautiful I learned to care for my skin properly. Everyone needs to fuck off with this whole everyone and everything is beautiful act. Some things are ugly.

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[–] Gyrados_Devolved 0 points 10 points (+10|-0) ago 

Beauty is a matter of perception, both inward and outward. The post-modern beauty movement that wants to glorify fatness is nothing more than a failed coping mechanism that's doing the usual liberal approach to any kind of personal issue; forcing that issue to be a result of exclusively external forces, absolving the individual of any specific accountability on the matter. Rather than changing themselves and improving their habits to become better people, they're attempting to change an internal insecurity by forcing the external perspective to validate their failings as virtues.

Long story short; they suck at coping with being what they are.

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

It's a hideous and distorted way of thinking. But imagine - as awful as this sounds - imagine for just a second the mind of a hambeast who has this awful, ugly body, that they live in it 24/7. They could change it but every single day they don't, and they know tomorrow they won't either. This is already really fucked up. It is absolutely contrary to reason and common sense.

They've already accepted something horrible. Now that they're this fucked up, their brain has decided to take this ugly thing and start shouting the opposite (that it isn't ugly, in fact, it's beautiful), perhaps out of fear of their own cowardice. This isn't a fun brain exercise, in fact it can get really infuriating and may go a long way towards explaining why the Moocows over at This Is Thin Privilege are so damn mad all the time.

These ham hockin' fatties saying this dumb shit know how stupid it is. It's almost like a fucked up stockholm syndrome to their own fat. It's creepy and disturbing.

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[–] theepilepticferret 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

It's almost like a fucked up stockholm syndrome to their own fat.

This is the perfect way of describing it.

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[–] GreffeduFoie 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

I'm covered in scars, most from my illness. I'm proud of them because of what I went through, but I'm not screaming that everyone should find surgical scars sexy. My husband thinks they're beautiful, and I like them. That's enough for me.

My few acne scars aren't pretty, one is dead center in the middle of my damned forehead. I wish I could get rid of it, but I can't.

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[–] enginedriver13 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

My few acne scars ...

(Sorry to be off-topic, but:) If it's just discoloration, prescription level (4% +) hydroquinone works great...if you haven't tried it, any GP can prescribe it. For uneven skin texture 0.1% Retin-A can also work wonders... Have used both with excellent results. HTH.

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

It's like a dent. If I'd married a Hindu guy instead of an eskimo I could wear a bindi that would cover it perfectly. But then people would get mad because I'm white and all that.

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

No, maybe I should. I'm not sure what my options are since I'm immunosupressed and they don't want me getting tattoos or anything like that. Anything that could get infected is usually a no-go.

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[–] Shieldmaden 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

But but but putting on a sparkly fatshion tent and applying 3 lbs of tinted face grease and fake hair changes EVERYTHING... right guhys? Right?

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