No, I was blaming people (any people) who liken women to hogs for causing eating disorders.Also she was blaming guys for girls getting eating disorders. Studies have shown the presence of ed in societies where fuller figure are considered the prettiest...
How would you feel if your photo was posted somewhere and someone said "Let's render their fat". Would you feel good about yourself? I mean seriously, I've been likened to farm animals in a lot of instances in my life from everyone spanning my mother to random strangers. Trust me, it chips at one's psyche and takes a LONG time to get over. The worst is when it starts to pull you away from something you love doing. It's straight up not necessary to ever make a comment like that. It never made me feel bad when people pointed out the pretty girls on their horses. It fucking cut me to the core to be told that I just looked like a fat ass. I honestly felt like I was less of a person. No one should ever be made to feel that way in order to entertain or satisfy others.
Wow, the hits keep coming, FUCK ALL OF YOU that feel the need to degrade fat women.My Dad always used to tell me to date ugly fat women because they are more grateful !
Did you know that when peasants were farming but couldn't afford a horse, it was the wife that pulled the plow? Frankly, I think that's kinda fucking awesome. And it's because we CAN develop thighs like that first lifter. So, you know, being compared to a farm animal isn't always bad
My guy friend once made a comment about how the car sunk down lower because I sat in the car. I slapped him and now we are good friends.
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Eh, it's all about the context. Trust me, when the comments were made towards me, they weren't praising my potential for plow pulling. I'd say 99% of the time it's a comment make to make the commenter feel better about their shortcomings.So, you know, being compared to a farm animal isn't always bad
Like awesome, you have a beautiful wife, so why is it necessary to put down fat, ugly wives? Does it make you feel better? Is it necessary?