Fat is Beautiful (What They Don’t Show You)

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Back when I was a kid, if you went into a clothing or fitness store, you would see mannequins of fit jacked people used to display the company’s products.

Today if you go to the same stores, they have fat people mannequins.

This fat mannequin stuff is everywhere

I get why the corporations are doing it – it makes the average fat chick feel better and brings more sales.

However, there’s a big media push going on where they keep trying to tell you that fat is beautiful. It’s called the fat acceptance movement and their goal is to remove all stigma against being fat.

They show you obese women and try to push you into thinking that fat is beautiful and healthy.

You see fat women on magazine covers, mannequins, everywhere you normally used to see fit women, and you get blasted with the message “fat is beautiful and anyone who disagrees is body shaming”.

No, it’s not healthy.

This is a massive psyop because there’s a whole bunch of things they don’t show you.

What They Don’t Show You

They don’t show you when these fat people are 45+ and need knee replacement surgeries and sticks to walk. The chances of a knee replacement are 8 times higher for patients with a BMI greater than 30 and 28 times higher for patients with a BMI over 35.

They don’t show you when these fat people pant for minutes after climbing a few flights of stairs. In fact, for many of them the simple act of climbing stairs is too difficult and they need to hold on to a railing to do it.

They don’t show you when these fat people become diabetic and have to get their legs cut off. People who are overweight are far more likely to get type 2 diabetes.

There are over 1 million limb amputations every year and amputations in patients with diabetes accounted for a majority of all amputations.

More than 50% of diabetic amputees die within 5 years of surgery.

Somehow the magazines never tell you this when they tell you how beautiful fat people are.

They don’t show you when these fat people severely ill from simple diseases. Almost everything is worse for people with obesity. Every disease hits them harder. Who were the people crowding hospitals when COVID hit? The vast majority were the fat people.

Being fat means you are more prone to disease, have a weaker immune systems, and diseases that are pretty light for most people can actually kill you.

They don’t show you when these fat people die of heart attacks in their 40s, 50s, and 60s. People who are fit tend to live well into their 80s and 90s. But fat people start dropping like flies in their 50s and 60s.

It’s become such a common thing to die of a heart attack nowadays. Back in the day heart attacks were rare.

Did you hear xyz died?


Heart attack.

Today conversations like this are normal and I’ve had them many times. These people are shaving off decades from their lifespan but the media never shows you that when they push the fat obese models in your face.

They never show you the fat guy dead at 48 from a heart attack and his young teenage children crying beside his corpse.

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