A few days ago Ubermensch casually remarked that a decade or so ago (my estimate), almost all the girls in his age group were slim. The timespan is my interpretation. He wrote the following:
In Austria the average woman is still slim and not overweight. This is changing as we are important toxic feminism from the US, but when I was around 20 years old, almost all the girls in my age group were slim.
Looking back, the same is true in my case. When I was in middle school, we had one fat chick in the entire school. A few girls were fat-shaming her and I recall her mother trying to shame those girls in return, telling them that her daughter is fat because of her “hormones”. She called the mothers of the other girls and terrorized them. Her daughter was not just fat, though. She was morbidly obese. Surely it was a complete coincidence that the mother was about as fat as her daughter. Apart from that, basically all the other girls would qualify as “prime slave cunny”, as Looks Maximus would put it.
In high school, it looked basically the same. People were generally in good shape. I don’t even recall any fat dudes, unlike in middle school, where we had a few fat slobs. I can recall only one overweight chick in high school. She was not even fat by today’s standards. Instead, according to Internet parlance she would be called “thicc”. Fat chicks were simply pretty rare when I was in my teens. (Article continues below.)
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I should probably add that the schools I attended were pretty small by US standards. My high school had just about 100 students. However, even if I look back at other sample sizes, I don’t recall seeing a lot of fat chicks. When I was partying it up in London and Berlin a little over a decade ago, fat chicks would negatively self-select and stay out of clubs. In London, the foreign exchange students would sometimes comments on the fat British chicks, but that was more exaggeration than reality. In contrast, a typical techno club in Berlin with a decent door policy would have ensured that there were virtually no fact chicks in the club.
Yet, I recall friends and also clients of mine commenting over the last few years that the women in clubs and online seem to be getting heavier and heavier. I think this is undoubtedly true. Today, women show off their “thicc” thighs. By and large, women apparently simply take care of their bodies a lot less. The “beautiful at any size” campaign is clearly working. Why would a chick sweat at the gym if she is getting told that she’s good looking no matter how fat she is? We nowadays even put fat women on the cover of glossy magazines.
The trend towards people getting fatter and fatter certainly does not bode well for society. We know that increasing numbers of men and women do not have sex nor do they want to be in a relationship. Women can cry all they want about how few eligible men there are out there, but could it not be the case that more and more men are simply opting out because the prospect of banging a fat chick is just so unappealing? Thus, I think a good argument can be made that the health of society, metaphorically, can be measured by how slim its women are. After all, men want to bang women, so the availability of slim, healthy women fuels male ambition. Yet, if this is no longer an option, society declines as a consequence as men increasingly opt out.
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