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Re: True Left breakthrough: anti-relativism
« Reply #15 on: October 08, 2022, 04:54:29 pm »
@90sRF Do you agree with this?
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Re: True Left breakthrough: anti-relativism
« Reply #16 on: October 11, 2022, 10:00:06 pm »
"...Do you agree with this?"

If he not agree with the sentences which I already made days before, he betray his ideology which already made by him. That 3 terms which I mention are the simplest thing to describe this online political forum

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True Left breakthrough: anti-relativism
« Reply #17 on: November 11, 2022, 08:03:10 pm »
MSNBC guest muses that Lauren Boebert will get on OnlyFans after political career, Jews and False Leftists call him "sexist":
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-lOX2Gfi6M

Sl*t-shaming should become a leftist position. False Leftists can accept this or GTFO. "Do we have to go in this direction" says John, the Jew. Give me a break.
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Re: True Left breakthrough: anti-relativism
« Reply #18 on: November 11, 2022, 08:43:08 pm »
"Sl*t-shaming should become a leftist position."

As long as promiscuous men are also classified as sluts.

The False Left was at least aware of the double-standard of shaming female promiscuity while celebrating male promiscuity, but it tried to remove the double-standard from the wrong direction, namely by encouraging celebration of female promiscuity also. The correct direction from which to remove the double-standard (as we promote) is to encourage shaming of male promiscuity also.

As for why the False Left made the mistake it did, my guess is that it might have something to do with:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/human-evolution/mate-choice-copying/
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Re: True Left breakthrough: anti-relativism
« Reply #19 on: November 13, 2022, 06:46:07 pm »
https://www.yahoo.com/news/thicker-curvy-women-denied-entry-183853217.html

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Two women who are models and social media influencers say they were denied entry into a popular Los Angeles nightclub because of their size.

Ella Halikas said a bouncer told her and fellow “curvy” model Alexa Jay that they couldn’t follow their friends into The Highlight Room in Hollywood.
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The women believe this problem goes beyond one nightclub. Halikas said she has received thousands of messages from other plus-sized women sharing similar stories of being turned away from bars and nightclubs.

“One of my plus-sized friends went to a club in New York City and they said, ‘Everyone else can come in,'” said Halikas. “They let in all her thin friends, got to her and said, ‘You can’t get in.’ She asked, ‘Why?’ and he goes, ‘If you want to come in, pay $4,000.'”



Many commenters side with the clubs:

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It's been standard operating procedure for swank clubs to screen out people at the door based on the aesthetics of the owners. This is hardly new.

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Look, classifying yourself as a model because you have an OnlyFans page is akin to me calling myself a soldier because I play Call of Duty. It's just wildly inaccurate. Every one knows the clubs cater to a certain aesthetic

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I think some night clubs want to have a reputation of being a place where only attractive people go.  They let the bouncers make the call.

Maybe we should start a virtual club on this forum where we collect pictures of people that fit our aesthetic?

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Re: True Left breakthrough: anti-relativism
« Reply #20 on: November 24, 2022, 08:38:50 pm »
https://www.yahoo.com/news/v-sivankutty-india-debates-fat-000201556.html

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Double XL: Why toxic fat shaming is so rampant in India

Aryan blood memory, perhaps?

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In a Malayalam-language post, Education Minister V Sivankutty gave his own example of being body shamed.

He wrote that a few days back, when he shared a picture of some students taking a selfie with him, a person commented that "you should reduce your stomach a little bit".

In his reply to the comment, the minister called body shaming "a heinous practice".

"Body shaming is the worst, no matter what the explanation. This is happening in our society on so many levels. There are many among us who have been victims of body shaming and even suffered mentally," he wrote.

"We need to end body shaming. Let's be modern people," he added.

No, let's not be modern people:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/true-left-vs-false-left/leftists-against-progressivism/

I will now face-shame him also:



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The minister's comments and a recent Bollywood film, Double XL, have put the spotlight on fat shaming in India where people are routinely insulted for their physical appearance.

The film starred popular actresses Huma Qureshi and Sonakshi Sinha who have both talked about being body shamed in the past. Sinha was trolled on social media for her weight and, in her early days, Qureshi was written off by critics who believed "she was 5kg too heavy to be a heroine".

I will face-shame them as well:



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Critics say India's popular Hindi film industry which influences and moulds public opinion is partly to blame for the notion that fat is foul and slim is beautiful.

They should keep promoting this notion.

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Mr Ramani says "it's alright if people want to be size zero because they want to look a certain way, but it's not an idea that should be imposed on others".

I do not advocate forcing anyone to lose weight. I simply advocate public transport tickets etc. be scaled in price according to passenger weight. The current practice of ignoring weight in calculating prices for services is unfair to lighter people. Fundamentally, heavier people take up more space and/or waste more energy whatever public service they are using. Why should they not have to pay extra? How is it fair that lighter people (who themselves already take up less space and waste less energy) have to subsidize heavier people?

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Through his film, he says, he wants to tell people that "accept that you are beautiful, whatever your shape or size or skin colour"

If everyone is "beautiful", "beauty" means nothing. What people really need to accept is that most people are ugly, and lying to them about this just makes things worse. Only after we agree that most people are ugly can we properly begin to discuss which small fraction can be called beautiful, in other words what standard of beauty should be adopted.

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t's a topic Harnidh Kaur, a plus-size poet and writer who works at an Indian unicorn, routinely raises in her columns and on social media.

Fat shaming, she says, is rampant because "most Indians have no idea about boundaries and in our families everyone comments on everyone else's appearance"

There is nothing wrong with commenting on others' appearance. I will now face-shame her also:



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men on dating apps who suggested working out together because "you'd look really pretty once you're thinner".

Actually, her face shape would still be the same. The problem is not commenting on others' appearance; it is commenting with absurdly low standards.

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Re: True Left breakthrough: anti-relativism
« Reply #21 on: November 28, 2022, 07:43:21 pm »
Nothing but good calls from Qatar recently:

https://www.businessinsider.com/plus-size-model-says-qatar-airways-blocked-flight-too-fat-2022-11

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A plus-size model said she was not allowed to board a Qatar Airways flight because she was too fat to fit in an economy seat, but the airline said she had been "extremely rude and aggressive" to check-in staff.

Juliana Nehme, a model and influencer, said in an Instagram post that she was not allowed to board a flight from Beirut to Doha after a holiday in Lebanon with family.
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However, the spokesperson did indicate that passengers could be asked to purchase an extra seat if they could not fit adequately into one. 

"Qatar Airways treats all passengers with respect and dignity and in line with industry practices and similar to most airlines, anyone who impedes upon the space of a fellow traveller and cannot secure their seatbelt or lower their armrests may be required to purchase an additional seat both as a safety precaution and for the comfort and safety of all passengers."

This is Nehme:



Thank you Qatar Airways!