This is not really that important of a post. I'm just frustrated with people who keep pushing this narrative of fat acceptance, while they themselves are clearly not attracted to obese women.
I understand that our culture holds up impossibly skinny women as the standard for beauty, and I think being anywhere from 5-15 pounds overweight isn't a big deal. Yet at the same time, a lot of these fat acceptance posts with things like "fat is the new beautiful" showing very obese women and praising them for their fat is basically praising an unhealthy lifestyle, it's like saying smoking and drinking is also beautiful.
I know that being fat is hard, and that losing weight is a struggle. But that doesn't mean we need to idealize fat. We can be nice to people who are fat, we shouldn't sham them or be cruel. But swinging in the opposite direction and praising a very unhealthy lifestyle that leads to early death and heart disease is not good either.
I also find that it's completely hypocritical that the people who post these things have never dated or slept with a fat chick in their life, even though being fat is supposedly "beautiful too!" I think these people are just trying to score SJW points and look open minded and tolerant, while pretty much having the same views that most RP people have without admitting it.
I feel like it's better if people are just honest about what they are attracted to without worrying about the PC police, then we can all figure out what we need to do to have a healthy life and earn long term companionship, romance, sex and love.
Most people are attracted to healthy people at a healthy weight. Why is it controversial to admit that?