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Spearheader: The existence of fat women “constitutes nothing less than a full-scale loathing of male sexuality.”

W.F. Price, the man behind The Spearhead and a tireless champion of Men’s Rights, has in his latest post taken on one of the gravest injustices facing American men today. I speak, of course, of fat ladies.

Traveling in Europe, Price has noticed that people tend to be skinnier there than in the US, which naturally has led him to think some deep thoughts about fat ladies in America and how disgusting he finds them.

So-called BBWs in the US are not really curvy — they are rotund.

I really can’t stress enough the extent to which obesity has ruined American women’s attractiveness. Feminists blather on and on about how women should be “comfortable” with their bodies, but the truth is that many American women would be viewed as abominations in most of the world.

Those damn feminists, making ladies fat!

If you were to try to come up with a parallel for men, I suppose it would be something like having toothless, homeless alcoholic men say that they should be proud of themselves and feel attractive.

Actually, if you were to find a parallel for men, it would also be, er, fatness. Obesity rates for men and women in the US are roughly the same, with women having only a slight lead: according to a recent CDC survey, 35.5 percent of adult women and 32.2 percent of adult men are “obese,” by current standards. Never mind that these standards are a bit, well, off, in that they classify the overwhelming majority of Americans as overweight or obese. Never mind that more than half of Europeans are also classified as overweight or obese according to these standards. And never mind that the fat shaming shit we hear every day in the media and on the internet is basically a bunch of bull.

Because Price thinks that fat ladies are gross:

Feminists are really that far out there. They are literally delusional by global standards. No normal man in the rest of the world finds obese American women attractive. Sure, they may be able to find some skinny guy from a third world country who will pretend to love them to get a green card, but any self-respecting man will give them a very wide berth.

Ho ho! Wide berth! I get it.

Naturally Price was hailed in the comments for his brave stance. According to dragnet,

The abomination that is the average American woman in flyover country constitutes nothing less than a full-scale loathing of male sexuality.

Andrew S., for his part, admits that

I always had a thing for cute heavy girls.

But he still thinks they’re stuck-up bitches:

Being in the midwest they are a dime a dozen. But since there aren’t a lot of attractive in shape or thin women in this part of the country, and most of the decent looking women have some meat on there bones, well, it was hard to stomach how women who pretty much anywhere else in the world would have been ignored acted like such perfect bitches.

Seriously, the “cute heavy girls” that Andrew prefers need to learn to properly hate themselves for being fat fatties. Maybe that way they’ll be more willing to put up with all this MRA bullshit.

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jumbofish
8 years ago

* “lash out”

katz
8 years ago

I don’t know quite what to make of the, “bad day” comment, but no, I was not “having a bad day.”

I think he’s not sure how to respond to someone if he can’t say you’re having your period.

Pecunium
8 years ago

I think (actually) that it was meant to a subtle version of asking if I was having it; or implying it was somehow not quite manly.

I can’t recall if d__d is completely new, but he’s certainly not a regular commenter. I tend to assume that, barring evidence, people who are vaguely hostile assume I’m female.

jumbofish
8 years ago

Maybe I should have elaborated this in my last post but I couldn’t really find the right words back then.

I like how he acts as if his comment could have been “deeper” or something if he elaborated and just added the right words to [i]that woman in the picture is hot as fuck.[i]

I am just going to say you are ignorant on feminist issues if you think reducing women who are normally not considered attractive down to their looks is somehow more feminist than reducing women are are normally considered attractive down to their looks. HINT: It is not.

jumbofish
8 years ago

repostingg

Maybe I should have elaborated this in my last post but I couldn’t really find the right words back then.

I like how he acts as if his comment could have been “deeper” or something if he elaborated and just added the right words to that woman in the picture is hot as fuck.

I am just going to say you are ignorant on feminist issues if you think reducing women who are normally not considered attractive down to their looks is somehow more feminist than reducing women are normally considered attractive down to their looks. HINT: It is not.

Pecunium
8 years ago

What’s funny is that, were it not for d__d being pissy at me, all the more detailed responses, and the subsequent tongue-lashing resultant, would never have happened.

Being passive aggressive isn’t such a great way to deal with people who are articulate, and think about content, as well as style.

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@ Pecunium
8 years ago

@ Pecunium

Well sometimes you torture people with your stupidity. Have you ever thought about that?

I find that offensive.

Mocking people with spelling errors, when you don’t even capitalize (or follow through with parenthesis). As well as believing that men and women are of the same capability, when the case isn’t so. Believing that intelligence isn’t physical, when it comes from the brain. Works on a false concept–Nature vs. Nurture paradigm.

Pecunium
8 years ago

@: Have I hurt your widdle fee-fees?

Do I care?

No, not really. It’s not as if you were brave enough to sign your name, choosing instead to shoot from the shadows of anonymity; whomever you happen to be.

But you could have done so much more in your lambaste of my rhetorical style. Yes, I often get lost in a thought and fail to close a parenthetical phrase. qu’elle horreur!. Apparently you dislike my rules for capitalisation… On Noes! Fetch me my smelling salts! You seem to think I am prone to abusing people for spelling? Where did you get that?

The real failing here is that you imply I pretend to be a perfect typist, and that I attempt to hold others to some arbitrarily high standard. If I did, you would have a case, but I don’t, so you don’t.

As well as believing that men and women are of the same capability, when the case isn’t so.

Citation needed.

Believing that intelligence isn’t physical, when it comes from the brain.

Citation needed; more than that, content needed.

Works on a false concept–Nature vs. Nurture paradigm. I assume this sentence fragment was included as the obligatory error in grammar in a grammar/spelling wank complaint. That said I still have no idea what it means. I somehow doubt that even were it to be a complete thought it would make much sense, but by all means feel free to make the attempt.

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