SnapChat used to campaign a lot against us in this way, a few years ago... practically impossible to browse on our app wothput falling out one of those Thin-God-fearing shock articles about the Fat Acceptance Perile-- and unhealthy promotion of the Lardashians just along.Also, one other thing that is interesting to me is that this video keeps being shown at the top of my 'recommended' videos on youtube when I am browsing BBW/BHM videos. I think it is interesting that they are strongly pushing a 'warning' type video on people who are looking at fat porn.
Are you actually defending a man who used his persuasion and cunning to coerce a bigger woman to get much bigger? If fetish molestation was a thing, people like him would end up in jail.That’s the problem with today’s youth. No personal responsibility and always placing blame.
No. I’m not defending it in that context. But one side of the story is only one side. It’s easy to place blame.Are you actually defending a man who used his persuasion and cunning to coerce a bigger woman to get much bigger? If fetish molestation was a thing, people like him would end up in jail.
It's as much easy as well to not consider he haven't even first informed her about the fact he does have these inclinations before to initiate her.No. I’m not defending it in that context. But one side of the story is only one side. It’s easy to place blame.
I've heard about that video animated tale because it stirred a lot of rageful polemic in French-speaking countries and the company who sponsor and produce these videos (who happens to some random multinational corporation from the Arab Emirates) has been heavily backlashed.I got the sense that this was a fake story—no names, etc.—so I looked around. It turns out that the channel that posted this (My Story Animated) and a similar channel (Actually Happened) have been criticized a lot on YouTube () for being racist or simply false.
This sort of manipulative thing has almost certainly happened, but I agree with the others that this is by no means the rule. The message of the video, from what I can gather, is that big girls should not trust a guy who says he’s in to big girls, and that a feeder is some complete asshole named Kyle who hates proms.
I’m wondering whose agenda is advanced by this sort of video. And why should we count the burgers?