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Fatphobia: A Guide for the DisbelieverFatphobia: A Guide for the Disbeliever
When I talk about fatphobia, I'm often viewed with confusion and disbelief. I mean, we laugh at fat jokes, discuss at length banning fat marriage, make comments about how fat people should exercise or kill themselves. We may be threatened with murderfor making a documentary on fatness.
But fatphobia isn't real, right?
First, a little bit about me. I'm an American who has lived on one coast or the other, who has spent extended time in Poland and in London. I've been familiar with fatphobia my whole life, as my mother is fat, my grandmother is fat, and I became fat during my teenage years due to a combination
Sorry, Men, You're still not oppressed.Sorry, Men, You’re STILL Not Oppressed: Reexamining the Fallacies of “Misandry”
Posted on March 29, 2012by bunnika
Attention MRAs: This is a retooled, expanded, improved version of a post I did last year that has proven to be your absolute favorite. That post has already been thoroughly tainted with misogynistic comments, so head over there if you’re looking to add your voice to the fray. This entry–and all of my entries from here on–will be kept as a
The Problem with Talking about Women's Rights.Woman:This is a problem for women.Man:No it isn't.Woman:...Well, it isn't for most men, but many women face this issue.Man:No they don't. If it were a real problem you'd tell someone about it.Woman:We're literally telling you right now.Man:But this isn't even an issue. I've never experienced this problem in my entire life.Woman:That's because you are a man, and this is an issue that primarily affects women.Man:That's sexist.