If you follow the comedy known as feminism, (are they going to have to change the name of the movement? Being a feminist implies that all women are feminine to some degree.) you know one of their “causes” has to do with fat shaming. “You can be beautiful at any size! Healthy at any size!” What a load of garbage. So they’re telling us that having a stomach that’s shaped like a butt, a triple chin, and eating what is basically toxic waste instead of eating healthy and exercising, is beautiful? Obesity is linked to a lot of health problems too; diabetes, heart conditions, cancer and many other issues. So… how can you actually be healthy at any size?
One woman in Ohio says she’s proud to be fat, but that fat shaming in itself is triggering and must be stopped. She calls herself a victim of fat shaming. What started off as a Facebook post searching for a wedding photographer, became the most triggering event in this feminist’s entire life.
When Katie Liepold thought she had found the perfect wedding photographer, (engagement photos included) she instead found someone who couldn’t appreciate the beauty of her many fat rolls.
On the day of her engagement photo shoot, she said that everything seemed to be going as planned. “We laughed, we talked, we joked, we shared stories,” said Liepold. But when she got the pictures back, she claims that most of them were blurry and or taken at awkward angles. As she continued to scroll through the pictures, one of them caught her attention. The feminist screeched in horror; one of the pictures had been photoshopped to make her look 30 pounds lighter. (but yet she still looks fat)
At once, she frantically dialed Linda Silvestri (her photographer) and told her how shocked and horrified she was. “That wasn’t asked for, and I just felt like that was really hurtful and my pictures weren’t good enough to be left alone,” said Liepold. Of course, the contract was canceled.
According to News Channel 5 Cleveland, the story didn’t end there. Days later, Liepold found a post from Silvestri on Facebook describing her experience with the fat feminist. The post began with,
“And people have wondered why I have scaled back my photography business.”
The post, which has since been deleted continued:
“It is extremely difficult to get Pinterest worthy lovey-dovey pictures when people can’t even get their heads together.”
The fat feminist ranted, “Bad lighting and blurry pictures isn’t caused by fat. I didn’t pay her $150 to have her make fun of me on a site.”
Though she wasn’t at all concerned for her even more obese soon to be husband, the photographer apologized for making them both look skinny in the photos, more than likely just to get the media off of her back.
Fat is not beautiful. I would hope that if I ever became this obese, that someone would try and make me look less like a giant blob. Maybe this feminist should take her experience as a lesson; put away the Mountain Dew, get off of your butt, and start getting fit and healthy. You only have one life to live.
If you follow the comedy known as feminism, (are they going to have to change the name of the movement? Being a feminist implies that all women are feminine to some degree.) you know one of their “causes” has to do with fat shaming. “You can be beautiful at any size!