Thursday, December 2, 2010

That's so Fat!

So research now shows that even a couple pounds over your ideal Olympian body type could be hazardous to your health.   Of course the fact that more gay and bisexual men will get HIV than smokers will die of cancer seems to have escaped their attention.  But every society needs *them*, those people, those yucky, sicko types you just look down upon and want to spit at.  With news casts showing obese people with their gorged stomachs hanging out, waddling to their destinations (no doubt to scarf another Big Mac), it's hard not to want to cringe.  Which, of course, is the purpose behind all this.  That some people are just born big seems to have escaped those who insist other behaviors are morally off limits because they may have been 'born that way.'  But again, we have to have someone to look down upon, to point to and declare that they truly have no stars on their obese and disgusting bellies.  Nice to see our government is joining with the media to keep our eyes off the ball of the disastrous sexual revolution and its body count. 

Qualifier: I realize being overweight can cause health risks.  I know it is a problem for people.  I know many of us in a country where healthy food is expensive and lousy, fatty food is cheap, where most sit at computers every day and stare out windows, fight the good fight to keep as trim as possible.  It is a constant struggle for me. But the unbelievable lack of any leniency from our medical professionals and our media, especially when set in juxtaposition to the ear splitting silence about homosexuality and sexual promiscuity other behaviors that can be equally devastating, is enough to make you want to scream "that's so gay fat!" at the top of your lungs.

1 comment:

  1. Well said. The hypocrisy of our medical establishment is unbelievable. You can't get doctors or researchers to admit that sexual promiscuity should not be protected, but eliminated. This especially is true within the homosexual community. Instead they focus on what we eat or how we live in every other part of life, except drawing attention to one of the most obvious risks to healthy living in our country today.


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