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    (Original post by Maid Marian)
    I'm not a feminist but I think people have the right to look how they want and not suffer abuse for it.
    Where do all these rights keep coming from??

    And what about freedom of speech and freedom to offend and all that?
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    (Original post by donutellme)
    Where do all these rights keep coming from??

    And what about freedom of speech and freedom to offend and all that?
    Oh, people have the right to offend, alright. I just think it's sad that it's considered acceptable.
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    Have so much to say but have received too many warnings from tsr already

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    “No man (or woman) has the right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training. It is a shame for a man to grow old without seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable.”

    Take care of yourselves, folks, no one should look like OP's pic.
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    "Why are models so skinny and anorexic? It's sending the wrong message to children!!! It's unhealthy!!"

    Yeah, you go girl! Tell 'em!

    "Why are morbidly obese models being applauded? It's sending the wrong message to children. It's unhealthy!"

    WHO GIVES YOU THE RIGHT TO JUDGE HOW THIS MODEL LOOKS?! SHE IS FAT AND SHE'S FINE WITH IT, AND PROMOTING IT IS GOOD FOR KIDS! THERE IS NOTHING WRONG BEING 200LBS OVERWEIGHT, IT'S PERFECTLY HEALTHY!! BESIDES YOU CAN'T TELL SOMEONE'S HEALTH BY LOOKING AT THEM!!!
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    she's unhealthy, end of. Just like severely under weight models are unhealthy and send out a bad image, so does this severely obese one.
    You might be able to judge health by weight, but after a certain point it's undeniable.
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    Her taste in underwear is appalling.
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    (Original post by Maid Marian)
    I just did a little sick in my mouth.



    I'm not a feminist but I think people have the right to look how they want and not suffer abuse for it.
    i agree with the first half of your comment.
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    She would be a stunner if she didn't have those tats and lost weight.
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    (Original post by Maid Marian)
    Oh, people have the right to offend, alright. I just think it's sad that it's considered acceptable.
    So take away the right to offend? Or no?
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    Because the women in the pictures you have posted have a lot of belly fat which is quite unhealthy.
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    (Original post by KingStannis)
    i agree with the first half of your comment.
    I agree with both halves of your comment.
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    (Original post by Maid Marian)
    I just did a little sick in my mouth.



    I'm not a feminist but I think people have the right to look how they want and not suffer abuse for it.

    I personally think that you're full of ****.
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    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    I personally think that you're full of ****.
    Likewise, you rogue.
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    (Original post by CheesusCrust)
    "Why are models so skinny and anorexic? It's sending the wrong message to children!!! It's unhealthy!!"

    Yeah, you go girl! Tell 'em!

    "Why are morbidly obese models being applauded? It's sending the wrong message to children. It's unhealthy!"

    WHO GIVES YOU THE RIGHT TO JUDGE HOW THIS MODEL LOOKS?! SHE IS FAT AND SHE'S FINE WITH IT, AND PROMOTING IT IS GOOD FOR KIDS! THERE IS NOTHING WRONG BEING 200LBS OVERWEIGHT, IT'S PERFECTLY HEALTHY!! BESIDES YOU CAN'T TELL SOMEONE'S HEALTH BY LOOKING AT THEM!!!
    In what way is it good for kids?
    Kids are bombarded to eat crap on a daily basis
    You're either trolling or....I just can't .....
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    She has big bones, you sick *******.
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    (Original post by CheesusCrust)
    "Why are models so skinny and anorexic? It's sending the wrong message to children!!! It's unhealthy!!"

    Yeah, you go girl! Tell 'em!

    "Why are morbidly obese models being applauded? It's sending the wrong message to children. It's unhealthy!"

    WHO GIVES YOU THE RIGHT TO JUDGE HOW THIS MODEL LOOKS?! SHE IS FAT AND SHE'S FINE WITH IT, AND PROMOTING IT IS GOOD FOR KIDS! THERE IS NOTHING WRONG BEING 200LBS OVERWEIGHT, IT'S PERFECTLY HEALTHY!! BESIDES YOU CAN'T TELL SOMEONE'S HEALTH BY LOOKING AT THEM!!!
    Troll?

    Being 200lbs overweight is extremely unhealthy.
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    Whale whale whale what have we here..
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    (Original post by sherlockfan)
    why should it be acceptable for men to look like this?

    Who said it was?
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    (Original post by EatAndRevise)
    Troll?

    Being 200lbs overweight is extremely unhealthy.
    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    In what way is it good for kids?
    Kids are bombarded to eat crap on a daily basis
    You're either trolling or....I just can't .....
    He's highlighting the double standard that exists between the two adverse health states. Overweight people are encouraged and applauded for embracing themselves whilst size zero models are the devil and cause eating disorders among young girls etc
 
 
 
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