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Aug 21 2020

Sociology Professor Proves That Disapproving of Obesity = Racism

According to the prevailing ideology, pretty much everything centers on the oppression of blacks, so it should surprise no one that Sabrina Strings, Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Irvine, has been able to prove that fat-shaming is racist:

“[O]ne of the things that the colonists believed was that Black people were inherently more sensuous, that people love sex and they love food, and so the idea was that … Black people were inherently obese, because they lack self-control. And of course, self-control and rationality, after the Enlightenment, were characteristics that were deemed integral to Whiteness.”

As usual, Christianity shares in the blame:

“What they wanted to do was show that they were both morally upright and racially proper, in the way in which they ate and how they maintained their figures,” said Strings. “And so, they were very clear that to be of the elite race and to be a Christian peoples means that you need to show what they would call temperance in the face of food — or restraint is the way we might think of today — because if you did not show temperance, that was evidence that you were one of the savages, and also, that you were un-Christian.”

Keeping your weight under control is a consequence of racism and Christianity, the two most evil forces known to academia. Therefore, obesity is to be celebrated, regardless of the disastrous health effects.

The science is settled:

“We cannot deny the fact that fat-phobia is rooted in anti-Blackness. That’s simply an historical reality,” she said. “Today, when people talk about it, they often claim that they don’t intend to be anti-Black … they don’t intend all of these negative associations, and yet they exist already, so whenever people start trafficking in fat-phobia, they are inherently picking up on these historical forms of oppression.”

To think it is inadvisable to lose control of your weight is racist. Revise your opinions as necessary or prepared to be canceled as a thought criminal.

On a tip from Henry B.


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