“Fat-shaming” is a liberal term for the “hateful” act of being openly proud of one’s fitness. It’s the same approach liberals take toward rich people: we can’t all be rich (fit), so let’s make rich (fit) people feel bad about their wealthy (healthy) lifestyles. Really, though, anti-fat-shamers are actually just fit-shamers. On top of that, they’re usually chunksters, as you might have guessed.
On October 15, in commemoration of Fat Shaming Week, hottie Maria Kang, 32-year-old mother of three, posted a picture of her sports-bra- and -bottom-clad body onto her Facebook pages, surrounded by her 8-month-, 2-year-, and 3-year-old kids, along with the caption, “What’s Your Excuse?”
Liberals didn’t even attempt to be tolerant of Mrs. Kang’s message; instead, they shamed her proud accomplishment of being a relatively new mom and still managing to look like a P90X spokeswoman.
What kind of person would act so immature? A mature person, when informed of someone’s remarkable accomplishments, usually says, “Wow, that’s really awesome. Good for you!” A liberal (an immature person), like a grade-schooler, complains about the person’s accomplishments, whines that it’s not fair, and then bullies the person, tearing her down to make himself or herself feel better.
Mrs. Kang posted an apology after receiving tons of hate. Normally it’s a bad idea to give any such ground to a liberal that an apology cedes—bulldoze right through them, and maybe they’ll develop the thick skin that their parents, with their coddling and pampering, wouldn’t allow them to develop—but her apology was perfectly passive-aggressive. It reads, in part:
“What you interpret [as fat-shaming] is not MY fault. It’s Yours. The first step in owning your life, your body and your destiny is to OWN the thoughts that come out of your own head. I didn’t create them. You created them. So if you want to continue ‘hating’ this image, get used to hating many other things for the rest of your life. You can either blame, complain or obtain a new level of thought by challenging the negative words that come out of your own brain.”
Pow! Right in the kisser! Her haters are fat slobs who are disgruntled that it takes hard work to stay physically fit and that a hot body can never just be handed to you by the government.
Other Facebook commenters understood that the point of the picture Mrs. Kang posted was to motivate those who feel like letting themselves go because it’s “useless” to try and lose baby weight. They correctly understood it as motivation because they’re not completely insane.
What I hate are the pictures you see online that show chubby women in bras and panties with a caption that reads, “This is what REAL women look like.” So you’re not a real woman unless you have a surplus of fat? It’s the fat that makes the woman? Naturally thin girls aren’t real women, but naturally chubby girls are?
Fat-Shaming Week is a good thing because, as one young woman on Twitter pointed out, “Fat women are always on a crusade to make me feel bad about my weight, my hair, my clothes and what I eat. Time they get it back tenfold.”