Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Real Women Have Curves

The man hating shills in the NAAFA style FA movement claim that real women have curves and they say that fat women have curves.
This is big fat Joy Nash. Get a load of those curves.
Skinny anorexic and flat as a board Kelly Brooke

Not a curve in sight on this stick girl!

These pictures prove it. Fat girls are curvier than skinny girls like the emaciated one in the second photo.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Greedy Glutton and Hero to Fatlings Everywhere Sues White Castle: Seats TOO SMALL
Fat rights hero  Martin Kessman

Let's give Martin Kessman a resounding OINK! A mere pup at a svelte 290 pounds this strident oinker is standing up, well actually sitting down for fatlings everywhere by filing a lawsuit against the White Castle hamburger chain. Kessman is pissed because he loves White Castle sliders but he is too fat to fit in the booths and enjoy then so he has to send his wife to the hamburger chain to fetch him these tasty treats. Being a good fatling Kessman was not going to take this lying down. Being smart he figured if White Castle didn't have booths big enough to accommodate his big bulbous belly then they were violating the law! Way to go Martin!!

So impressed by Mr Kessman's heroic actions and fattitude NAFAM the New American Fat Acceptance Movement and NAAFA North American Association for Fat Asses has awarded Kessman the Golden Pig Award and NIFAM the New International Fat Acceptance Movement has given him the glutton of the week award.
The Prestigious Golden Pig!

Fellow fatlings; oink loud and oink proud for this brave boar!

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Obese Mothers are Good for the Economy.

Obese Mothers are Good for the Economy!                                                                        Growing Obesity Increases Perils of Childbearing

With Doctors and hospitals starving to make ends meet in this tough economy the more challenging pregnancies faced by fat women and their is a ray of sunshine to the starving medical industry. It's simple economics. When medical care is more complicated and more specialists need to be brought is on a case costs go up... WAY up and so do profits!

Here is an excerpt from an article that appeared  the NY Times  that explains the good news for our struggling health care industry. Click here to read the entire article.

As Americans have grown fatter over the last generation, inviting more heart disease, diabetes and premature deaths, all that extra weight has also become a burden in the maternity ward, where babies take their first breath of life.  

About one in five women are obese when they become pregnant, meaning they have a body mass index of at least 30, as would a 5-foot-5 woman weighing 180 pounds, according to researchers with the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And medical evidence suggests that obesity might be contributing to record-high rates of Caesarean sections and leading to more birth defects and deaths for mothers and babies. 

Hospitals, especially in poor neighborhoods, have been forced to adjust. They are buying longer surgical instruments, more sophisticated fetal testing machines and bigger beds. They are holding sensitivity training for staff members and counseling women about losing weight, or even having bariatric surgery, before they become pregnant.

At Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, where 38 percent of women giving birth are obese, Patricia Garcia had to be admitted after she had a stroke, part of a constellation of illnesses related to her weight, including diabetes and weak kidneys.

 Is it possible to be too fat?

If you are an OBGYN the answer is a resounding NO! Here are the impressive numbers on C-sections alone that clearly show that the fatter a pregnant woman is the more revenue the health care industry can make.

Body Mass Index   vs   Percentage of Caesarian Births    

       20 - 25                    11%        

       25 - 30                    18%                

       30 - 35                   25%             

     35 - 40                     33%                  

     Over 40                   43%                     

Very obese women, or those with a B.M.I. of 35 or higher, are three to four times as likely to deliver their first baby by Caesarean section as first-time mothers of normal weight, according to a study by the Consortium on Safe Labor of the National Institutes of Health

There you have it fellow fatlings; another example of how obesity is good for the economy. I, Fat Bastard only wish that fat haters Mrs Obama and Ms Roth would see that. AND once again, GLUTTONY IS GOOD! 


Since the publication of this article some clever bloaks in England, the second fattest country in the world, wrote a song in honor of me, Fat Bastard. I'm not surprised because according Google Analytics 25% of our traffic comes from the UK. 

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Do Not Apologize For Your Appetite Or Your size!

Do Not Apologize For Your Appetite... or your size! 

By Fat Bastard and Proud FA the Dean of Feederism

We in the Fat Acceptance Movement lose credibility when our members make outrageous statement like "I weigh 400 pounds and I only eat 900 calories a day." That one does not even pass the giggle test. We need not apologize for our gluttony and gormandizing. We did not get fat because we hate food. We love food and we should love food. Life is short and it is doubtful that there is a god so what we do on earth won't matter when we are gone. I for one will not apologize for my gluttonous hedonism and neither should you.

Food is glorious. It is better than love by far. It never rejects you. Unlike "God" it never ignores your pleas. If love were better then parents would not be raising obese kids who will suffer ridicule from this fat hating society and allegedly a lifetime of health problems but let's not get on that slippery slope right now. No, this is about being unapologetic and guilt free about eating as much as we want, when ever we want and what ever we want.

I love feeder chat on Dimensions Magazine. I love calling these lovely BBWs pigs and they love it too. They respond with a sexy oink. I love looking at extremely fat women. Most men do. If you do a Google image search and type in BBW you will find image after image of BBWs unashamedly showing off their lovely large bodies but if you Google terms like skinny woman (who'd want to?) and you will find mostly fully clothed stick girls. My point is fat women need not apologize for how much they eat. That is a sure way to develop an eating disorder. Do what I and other fat men do eat all you want and if someone has a problem with that just tell them to F off!

Our matra needs to be "You can't ever eat to much and you cannot ever weigh too much so don't judge us" I am hoping for a paradigm shift in the Fat Acceptance Movement. There is too much infighting and the cause of that infighting is because many of us in the movement will not say, "Yes that's right I eat 6000+ calories a day everyday. You got a problem with that?

Help these fellow fatlings see the light.