Welcome to the MOLON LABE MALE DEFENDER Podcast Number 100. You’ll have to listen to the video below. No Soundcloud upload today. This video, on youtube, was made from two different audio tracks so I spliced them together with the slides. We’re getting complex here baby!
Woman has classic meltdown that you have got to see to believe. Just hysterical.
As this is our 100th podcast, I tried to make sure that everything was topical. This story is what the folks want to hear about. “Suspended sentence,” yep, a UK fetish for people with the proper genitalia I’m afraid.
‘THREE LIVES SHOULD NOT BE RUINED’ Young mum who left her ex-boyfriend brain damaged after drunkenly mowing him down in the street walks free because of her young son.
Another laugh riot that’s pretty standard. If women are more likely to suffer from obesity then surely it can’t be that bad, and isn’t calling it “a disease” rather judgmental on your part? Hey man, suspend that sentence!
A recently resurfaced article from a leading online feminist magazine, Everday Feminism, argues that “glorifying obesity” is a good thing and that “weight loss doesn’t actually improve health.”
The article, entitled “11 Reasons Your Phony ‘Concern’ for Fat People’s Health Has Got to Stop,” is an attempt by columnists Melissa A. Fabello and Linda Bacon to suggest that people that claim to be concerned with the obesity epidemic are insincere, angry, and misinformed. In the article, which has been shared almost 40,000 times, Fabello and Bacon argue that feminists who don’t believe in “glorifying obesity” need to be educated on why we must praise obese bodies so that obese individuals can learn to love themselves.