The Next Wave of Perversion

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I’m already sick, and I don’t need a picture of these weirdos to make me sicker. Here instead is a very nice Plesiosaurus toy that I don’t have in my collection. Anybody know where I might get it?

(Note: This story appears to be from three years ago, but Campus Reform published it yesterday.)

We all know that being morbidly obese is to court an early death, don’t we?

Not so fast there! According to some jidrool at St. Olaf’s College (where else? They specialize in spiritual wickedness) who calls herself “The Fat Sex Therapist,” fitness trainers are “nazis,” “diet culture” is an assault on one’s body image, and dieting itself “an attack on Fat Culture” (

(Did I mention that people wanting to lose weight is a sinister plot by white supremacists? Honk if you’ve ever met a white supremacist.)

She is leading a “liberation” of “fat-identifying students,” backed up by the Wellness Center, the Women’s and Gender Studies Dept., and the Center for Equity and Inclusion.

This is another one of those things that Far Left Crazy says is good to do. Being pregnant is an illness, being born into one sex or another a calamity, we should all at least try being a different gender–and fat is where it’s at!

Far Left Crazy culture and doctrine hands out a lot of tickets to many kinds of early deaths.  That’s why a lot of us think the whole business is Satanic. “All they that hate me love death” (Proverbs 8:36).

If St. Olaf were alive today, heads would roll at that college.

4 comments on “The Next Wave of Perversion

  1. What about health? At a certain point, being overweight becomes very risky to one’s long term health. Compassion and respect for people with weight problems is important, and I fully support this, but speaking out against people that try to help other to achieve a healthy weight strikes me as not being a good thing.

    1. Just a month or so ago I posted news of a “Fat Studies” professor who died suddenly at the age of 42.
      If we do the things the Left things we should do, we will go extinct. Which I think is what they want.

  2. It astounds me that someone would speak out against people trying to improve their health. If someone chooses to ignore their health, that it their business, but to refer to fitness trainers as “nazis,” is counterproductive, to my way of thinking. I know a man that recently lost a foot to diabetes. He is having a terrible time adapting. It is not my intention to criticize this man, in any way; he’s a fine, decent and accomplished man, but his weight problems caught up with him. How can someone criticize trainers that try to help people to prevent such problems?

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