It’s 2019 and we’re living in a bizarre era where gender and attraction are now relativistic post-modernist constructs. Unfortunately to the consternation of desperate androphobic feminists who seemingly identify as non-binary wildebeests, new scientific research shows that being a fat, and ugly misandrist is still not sexy. Imagine that!
You might want to sit down for a moment because the forth coming revelation will shock you to your very core. Being a plus size woman is still not attractive to the average American — nor is it an action of bravery to be one. This is — of course — despite the corporate media’s best efforts to convince us otherwise.
What’s considered the most attractive body type has definitely evolved over the last couple of decades. However, that preferred body image hasn’t evolved into the plus size variety the feminist “Social Justice Warriors” had desperately hoped to steer society towards.
Predictably that image moved in a completely opposite direction. According to Science Daily, merely being thin was in for the 90’s but the preference for female forms has tilted towards physical fitness during the 2000’s.
In a study conducted by Frances Bozsik at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, participants preferred women who were more muscular. Bozsik said “There is a shift in the thin ideal female figure to one that now includes the appearance of physical fitness via muscularity.”
Invariably thin is still in, but now fitness is too. Despite the feminist SJW’s best efforts to shame women for achieving a fit physique and proudly showing it off (sexually objectifying themselves) intelligent women embraced it.
Social media platforms like Instagram provide evidence of this. You’ve undoubtedly seen the fitness bunnies with lean body mass indecies and enviably massive followings (like Jessicakes33) actively objectifying themselves for the masses. Showing off their hard work must not be too degrading — otherwise women in mass numbers wouldn’t seek their own objectification.
For starters, social media makes it possible to monetize popularity. Women who objectify themselves know perfectly well how the male brain works. They exploit that knowledge to advance their popularity. Also, if you’ve even spent a meager amount of time around any woman ever you’ll realize they thrive on attention whether it’s positive or negative.
The truth is, fat girls just don’t bring the boys to the yard like fit chicks do. Naturally, this leads to an awful lot of jealousy, and subsequent denial of that jealousy from plus sized women expecting to change their social outlook.
Although many feminist SJW’s are insulted by sexual objectification, it’s in fact a natural male tendency. Objectification is how the subconscious male brain determines attraction from repulsion. It’s visually based and hard wired in.
The science here is settled and more aptly explained by Dr. Leon Seltzer in Psychology Today who states, “men’s brains are designed to objectify females.” The feminist war on sexual objectification simply demonstrates a hatred of how the male brain works.
Like most SJW agendas, this attack on natural male proclivities is about feelings instead of reality. Reality is harsh. Rather than encouraging a reality of effort, focus, and determination to change a person’s health for the better — they appeal to emotional dejection and insist that fitness model bodies are unachievable goals.
Sadly, the SJW tactical disposition is to exploit women with real health concerns to drive their jilted retaliatory message —at the expense of the exploited. That’s true cruelty — much like this Gillette ad which subjected their poor model to tons of ridicule.
(Gillette ad – April 2019)
The ideals of beauty don’t need to change. How the brain modulates attraction isn’t the issue. The real problem is an out of touch activist media engendering a comfortable complacency with being fat and unhealthy.
Times have indeed changed, but the human brain hasn’t. The only people assuming the preferences of everyone shifted from thin and fit to pleasingly plump is the feminist SJW’s. It’s actually really old news that objectification sells.
Like it or not, sexy girls in skimpy bikinis have long been the gold standard for selling products because the idea just works. In spite of SJW’s whining to the contrary, empirical evidence shows yet again that being fat is simply still not beautiful or sexy.