Fat women oppress men by making them sad in their pants, Red Pillers complain

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The Militant Baker, oppressing men. Click on the pic for her blog. The Militant Baker, oppressing men. Click on the pic for her blog.

It isn’t just “game” guru and rape legalization proponent Roosh Valizadeh who thinks he’s being oppressed by the existence of women who aren’t model-thin.

Over on Vox Day’s Alpha Game blog, the regulars are up in arms about a Daily Mail story telling the story of a woman who conducted a little experiment on OKCupid, putting up two otherwise identical profiles — one featuring pictures of herself when she was thin, the other with pictures of herself after she gained some weight. The woman reported that the “fat” profile got half as many responses as the thin one.

Vox Day’s fans are outraged that the “fat” profile got any responses at all. “How she gets even one like is beyond me,” Yohami complained. Laguna Beach Fogey concurred, adding that “[w]e need more fat-shaming–not less.”

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One thought on “Fat women oppress men by making them sad in their pants, Red Pillers complain

  1. I think the concern is that being fat may spread like a trend, and then there won’t be any girls left that are normal in size.

    We live in a society that seems to run on junk food and pornography, which are both diseases.

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