Why is it taboo to say I'm not attracted obese women?
- FoofaLv 71 year ago
In most circles it's not because it's in our programming to favor the healthy over the unhealthy. Just because a few sites feature heavy models and try to normalize that doesn't mean you're going to opinion prison because you're not on board.
- 1 year ago
That would be the female exclusive (and thus sexist) fat acceptance movement that attempts to coerce men with healthy outlooks of themselves and active libidos to enter into risk-laden couplings with fat twaddling mountains of pus who are another dozen cheeseburgers-in-one-sitting away from a heart attack where you, as a man, are expected to finance all her medical bills, eating habits, etc and are expected to NEVER COMPLAIN OR DEMAND RECIPROCATION BECAUSE THAT IS MALE ENTITLEMENT apparently...
TL;DR version: more social engineering on the part of feminist and traditionalist women to coerce men to come back to the slave plantation that is the modern dating/marriage industry.
- LindaLv 61 year ago
You can say what ever you want.
- lizLv 71 year ago
It isn’t. Maybe you have had bad experiences of people stealing your chips. I get that and i’d be the same. Hey-ho. It’s up to you. Ignore those who are judging you.
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- WaldoBCLv 61 year ago
- PieroLv 71 year ago
I don't know. I haven't heard this. I am not attracted to obese women.
- ʄaçadeLv 71 year ago
> "Why is it taboo to say I'm not attracted obese women?"
That is an easy one.
It is because "to be attracted" can be formed as either a transitive verb without an object, or as an intransitive verb with an indirect object.
When used intransitively, you would need to use a preposition to connect to the indirect object.
"I am attracted _to_ the Jazz saxophonist."
"I am attracted _by_ the sound."
"It is attracted _by_ gravitational forces."
So the taboo comes from omitting the preposition when using an indirect object of the verb.
Great GS question.
- SebastijanLv 61 year ago
Apparently, it is OK for women to have standards because "every woman deserves her prince charming". But a man who has standards is a shallow, misogynist pig...
Gender equality gentlemen.
- Anonymous1 year ago
It’s not taboo. You can just let anyone and everyone know that obese women are fat pigs, and it’s not a medical condition, it’s caused by the *moral* faults of greed and gluttony.
- Anonymous1 year ago
Because you as a male... are not allowed to have one single standard whatsoever.... because we apparently live in a patriarchy.