June 24, 2016

“Ladies, we never asked you to get abs” — Debunking Bustle's “Bikini Body For Feminists” video

Gavin McInnesRebel Commentator
 

Summer's here and that means feminists are yelling at women to "accept themselves" and not worry how they look in a swimsuit.

Bustle has a new video about this, and all it does it present a bunch of strawman arguments and trendy jargon.

Ladies, we never said we wanted you to have abs and those sinewy Madonna arms. No man wants you to starve yourself.

But we don't want you to be obese either, and neither does your doctor.

Obesity causes something like 500,000 deaths a year, but this video encourages obese women not to exercise and diet.

PS: I'm a fat pig. I don't go around saying, "Look at me! I'm perfect!" That's how these unhealthy women talk, and they're deluding each other.

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commented 2016-06-25 01:59:17 -0400
By the way ladies, the fashion industry does not speak for what men like, the fashion industry is not exactly a hotbed of straight men. Boneracks are disgusting.
commented 2016-06-24 18:34:36 -0400
I sure don’t care too much for the way the video just starts itself…
commented 2016-06-24 18:24:53 -0400
Ramadan Bombathon 2016 Day number 19

Muslims often insist that other religions are just as violent as theirs and that the bigger problem is “Islamophobia”.
We put that narrative to the rest each Ramadan with a running count of ALL terror attacks categorized by motive.

Motive – Terror in the name of Islam………………..Attacks = 147….….Kills = 1063
Motive – All other religions combined …………….Attacks = 0…………Kills = 0
Motive – By Islamophobes…………………………….Attacks = 0…………Kills = 0

Source: TheReligionofPeace.com

Those who live by the sword will be shot by those of us who have progressed.

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commented 2016-06-24 13:53:43 -0400
As usual Bill great comments. If I remember, this used to be called keeping up with the Joneses.
commented 2016-06-24 13:42:09 -0400
Burn off more calories than you take in through exercise and avoid processed foods.
commented 2016-06-24 12:57:01 -0400
The “hip” person syndrome is peculiarly North American in origin. Part of that has to do with the way the educational industry and pop culture is run by vested interests. It’s not based on how much you can teach your child: it’s based on how much money the suppliers of educational materials can make off your child as a consumer and tax payer.

Somewhere along the line most people pick up the desire to be a “hip” person, which is just another way to make them buy useless things or be involved in pointless fads. Once you’ve decided that you need to be a hip person (to fit in with hip-person conformity), it makes you a potential victim of anyone whose products/politics are the equivalent of bottled smoke. Somebody tells you to buy this particularly useless item or idea and you’ll be a “hip” person. No matter how stupid it seems, you have to buy it. X-box, FaceBook and green tech are just the latest versions of Pet Rocks, Pringle’s potato chips and Marxism – whatever it is — the newest, the latest MUST be in your home or mind.

Since the hip-person thing is something you are conditioned with at school and in pop culture, and since the school and culture industries are pretty suspiciously tied into tied into government regulation, it makes you wonder whether or not the desire to be hip is part of a government agenda to make you buy stupid things they and their pals are selling.
commented 2016-06-24 12:22:49 -0400
As usual, agree with everything Gavin has to say (except his claim that hotdogs are healthy — I only wish that were true :( Also, he could have eased up a bit on the lady with one leg. I sure hope she doesn’t have cancer as well, or Gavin’s going to regret the bald jokes…

I work out because the thought of being obese is terrifying. Forget about dying: that would be the easy out. My fear would be to live for years with a sick and suffering body, unable to enjoy life. Some of those people can hardly walk. Why would anyone try to convince themselves that we were meant to live that way? It’s another example of SJWs who are hell-bent on denying reality at all costs.
commented 2016-06-24 12:21:39 -0400
Science News: Socialist scientists, after extensive computer modelling, have determined that moderate eating habits that follow the food guide combined with moderate exercise lead to old age followed by death.

The re-knowned scientist of socialism, Dr. David Suzuki, says the study clearly links aging and death to food and has called for all foods listed on the food guide to be banned: except for him who must reluctantly eat food in order to relay the message of the evils of food.

CBC elite science reporter, Peter Mansbridge, discussed the issue with Baby Doc Trudeau, who stated, “The experts have spoken and food will be banned for the middle and lower income groups because they cannot be trusted to make the correct decision and the state must tell them what to do.” Continued Baby Doc, “This will have the added benefit of solving poverty, homelessness and other problems of society that have been difficult to solve.”