In an age where the most privileged among us have utilized pseudo-victimhood to prevent the general public from noticing their self-destructive habits, the #FatAcceptance movement is a particularly dangerous delusion that’s growing in popularity.
The topic recently went viral when a thin, normal-weight YouTuber by the name of Nicole Arbour was censored by YouTube when she made a controversial video titled “Dear Fat People”, in which she destroyed #FatAcceptance.
Since then, I’ve seen a flood of new articles in defense of #FatAcceptance, but in spite of the movement’s claims of social justice and fighting for “victims”, it seems to have overlooked one of the largest victim-groups on the planet: the animals we eat.
Think about it: if #FatAcceptance portrays itself as a social justice cause to defend “victims” of bullying and shame (i.e. fat people), then how could it possibly exclude from its decadent agenda the horrendous plight that animals face everyday by the millions as they are bred, enslaved, processed, tortured, and killed so that the overweight members of #FatAcceptance can have a juicy cheeseburger everyday?
The truth is: when a #FatAcceptance advocate asks to be pitied, they are basically encouraging the deaths of more animals.
When a #FatAcceptance advocate claims to be a victim, she is essentially contributing to the perpetuation of factory farming (assuming she eats animals derived from these hellholes).
Fundamentally, while #FatAcceptance claims to be about helping a minority group of victims (fat people) from being “shamed”, they selfishly and hypocritically justify the continual consumption of animals in the most horrifying ways possible.
In summation: DON’T PITY THE MEMBERS OF THE #FATACCEPTANCE MOVEMENT