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Thirty five-year-old Taryn Brumfitt, on a global "quest to redefine and rewrite the ideals of beauty," has been getting a lot of attention for her response to a viral photo that asked mothers "What's your excuse?" for not being toned after childbirth.

The original photo belongs to fit mom Maria Kang, and features a toned Kang in a sports bra with her three young children. Brumfitt, who is also a mother of three children, said in a blog post, that her "excuse" is the desire to live a well-balanced life. "I’ve had the (near) perfect body and it’s not all it’s cracked up to be," she wrote.

After giving birth, Brumfitt experienced the common desire to get her pre-baby body back, even going so far as to sign up for plastic surgery. But at the last minute, Brumfitt had "an epiphany," she writes on her site. "If I go through with this, what am I saying to my daughter about body image? How will I teach her to love her body?"

After that, she enrolled in a 15-week intensive fitness competition to get her body back. But she learned that even that comes with an unseen cost:

To look like [Kang] does is (for most people) completely doable, if you are willing to sacrifice most of the things that you love. And I wasn’t willing to do that. I don’t know about you, but I really enjoy hanging out with my kids, sleeping in on the weekends, eating what I want and when I want and having the occasional night out with the girls.

Brumfitt doesn't advocate obesity -- rather, balance, moderation and emotional health in addition to physical:

I AM a health advocate. I run, I lift weights, I eat healthily but I also have a cookie with my soy latte and knock back the odd burger or yiros when I feel like it. It’s called balance. And whilst I am getting on my soap box (I’ll just be here for another minute) health is not dictated by your looks. Health is physical, emotional and spiritual and so much more that is not visible and not always obvious to others.

She founded the Body Image Movement to combat the feelings of shame women associate with their bodies, and posted the above "before" and "after" picture in response to Kang's. Just like Kang's, it went viral, with almost 4 million "likes" in just two weeks.

"I’m on a quest to redefine and rewrite the ideals of beauty. Women have been brainwashed into thinking fat, wrinkles and cellulite are bad. They’re not. It’s just a part of being a human being," she told the Daily Mail.

"If what you value is your health then you’ll treat your body like a vehicle, not an ornament," she said.

I am at my breaking point. I let this dumb shit get to me more then I should... this was posted on this fat sluts facebook that im friends with with all the other fatties liking it and saying you go girl. I posted the pic below in the comments and the post died. No more likes on the pic or no more you go girl comments.... I feel like I am about to go postal on fat acceptance
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(This post was last modified: 12-21-2013 01:33 PM by Cr33pin.)
12-21-2013 01:33 PM
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(12-21-2013 01:33 PM)Cr33pin Wrote:  [Image: photo-credit-body-image-movement-facebook.jpg]
http://socialreader.com/me/content/4jAkj

"I’ve had the (near) perfect body and it’s not all it’s cracked up to be," she wrote.

She did not have the near perfect body or anything close too it. She's got broad shoulders and a manjaw. The water supply in her hometown must be incredibly laced.

In fact, looking at her before pic, she seriously looks like a tranny. Zero femininity at all. Oh but she's going to lecture us on what feminine beauty is all about. Fattitude

"...so I gave her an STD, and she STILL wanted to bang me."

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12-21-2013 02:24 PM
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You would think that hamster wheel spinning would result in some weight loss

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12-21-2013 02:27 PM
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Lol, godamnit, I was just about to post about this, some moron shared it on facebook.

well, here's some weird shit I clicked after clicking that one:
http://www.salon.com/2005/12/23/divorce_13/
http://www.salon.com/2011/04/29/fat_guy_privileges/
12-21-2013 02:34 PM
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Her husband has got to be pissed.
12-21-2013 03:12 PM
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12-21-2013 03:21 PM
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Yeah that picture needs to get spread around. I'm sick of seeing fat pigs putting those stupid memes everywhere .
12-21-2013 03:22 PM
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(12-21-2013 01:33 PM)Cr33pin Wrote:  After giving birth, Brumfitt experienced the common desire female-created and female-celebrated pressure to gain higher status than her friends to get by adopting the female-valued behaviour of celebrities by getting her pre-baby body back, even going so far as to sign up for then realised it was more work and discipline than she was willing to put in, so took the lazy way out and signed up for plastic surgery.

But at the last minute, Brumfitt had "an epiphany," she writes on her site. rationalised away the slow process of time, effort and discipline she'd have to expend, and chose the easier route of sloth and odious sanctimony. "If I go through with this, what am I saying to my daughter about body image? How will I teach her to love her body?" Even cyncially using her daughter as an excuse for her laziness, and thereby passing on a toxic message that effort isn't required to achieve anything, whilst still expecting the same status, treatment and entitlements as those who do work towards their goals.

After that, she enrolled in a 15-week intensive fitness competition to get her body back. But she learned that even that comes with an unseen cost: that she simply couldn't be bothered, and she'd reached the point in her life where it was time to let herself go, so started searching for reasonable excuses to give herself mental permission to do so.

To look like [Kang] does is (for most people) completely doable, if you are willing to sacrifice most of the things that you love evidence that they are bad, shallow and selfish persons. And I wasn’t willing to do that grasped at that rationalisation knowing other lazy people wouldn't judge me negatively for making it, as they enjoy the self-righteous sneering as a way of looking down our noses at the attractive and healthy, even though they're wasting time online reading false-empowerment screeds instead of interacting with the children they claim to love. I don’t know about you, We know we're morally-superior than to them because but I really enjoy hanging out with my kids they don't care about their children, sleeping in on the weekends don't waste half the weekends stagnating in sloth like a normal person, eating what I want and when I want have an unhealthy and obsessive relationship with food by not craving junk food; and having the occasional night out with the girls. have no social life. Obviously, we're superior human beings that those selfish shits, who must be mentally-abnormal and socially-inferior to be so unhealthily-obsessed and dedicated.

Brumfitt doesn't advocate obesity something she could get sued over -- rather, balance, moderation and emotional health in addition to physical redefines health to whatever she, not collective thought, decides it is, in a manner that suits the low level of effort she's willing to put in to still be considered attractive:

I AM a health sloth advocate. I run, I lift weights, I eat healthily offer vague, unquantifiable statements as evidence I keep fit but I also have a cookie with my soy latte and knock back the odd burger or yiros when I feel like it am a slave to impulse eating junk food that will keep my weight yo-yoing for years to come. It’s called balance an unhealthy reward-punishment relationship with food. And whilst I am getting I have been on my soap box since the start of the article (I’ll just be here for another minute and will always exist on a plane of higher moral and spirtual superiority than my readers), health is not dictated by your looks, despite the fact that women sexually-select for health and attractiveness when sizing up a potential partner, and woulder rather masturbate over Hugh Jackman than Jack Black, and female-skewed shows like 'True Blood' show offer no doughy men as sex symbols. Health is physical, emotional and spiritual and so much more that is not visible and not always obvious to others whatever I rationalise it is, despite the fact that people who aren't deluded won't agree with me, and my expectations for what my 'health' can sexually-attract will be unrealistically-skewed.

She founded the Body Image Movement to combat the feelings of shame women associate with their bodies try to normalise her sloth as attractiveness, and posted the above "before" and "after" picture in response to Kang's, knowing she'd get attention, because lazy women are desperate for positive self-affirmation that requires no more effort than clicking 'share' on Facebook. Just like Kang's, it went viral, with almost 4 million "likes" in just two weeks, because women are delusional that the after picture looks 'heathier' than the before, because it flatters their own appearance

"I’m on a quest to redefine and rewrite the ideals of beauty in a way that favours the low level of effort into maintaining my appearance I want to put in. Women have been brainwashed into thinking seen the repeated evidence that highly-attractive men aren't sexually attracted to fat, wrinkles and cellulite are bad. It’s just an attractive part of being a human being," she desperately told the Daily Mail, then put on a shit-ton of makeup and arranged herself in a coy position for the accompanying photograph to minimise a full-on appraisal of the negative features she just claimed not to matter.

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12-21-2013 03:49 PM
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Quote:"I’m on a quest to redefine and rewrite the ideals of beauty. Women have been brainwashed into thinking fat, wrinkles and cellulite are bad. They’re not.


I'm on a quest to rewrite and redefine the ideals of manhood. Men have been brainwashed into thinking being lazy, poor, unemployed, unambitious, unwilling to support a wife and children, weak, out of shape, and effeminate are bad. They're not.

I'm sure Ms Brumfitt agrees.

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12-21-2013 04:10 PM
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(12-21-2013 01:33 PM)Cr33pin Wrote:  To look like [Kang] does is (for most people) completely doable, if you are willing to sacrifice most of the things that you love. And I wasn’t willing to do that. I don’t know about you, but I really enjoy hanging out with my kids, sleeping in on the weekends, eating what I want and when I want and having the occasional night out with the girls.

ENGAGE FULL THROTTLE HAMSTER MODE!

Translated: I want to be fat because it takes effort to be skinny and I don't want to be judged one iota for it. In fact, you should probably think I'm sexy.
12-21-2013 05:20 PM
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Last I remember it's men that decide what we find attractive about women. The cock wants what it wants. Hump

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12-21-2013 05:25 PM
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To me, losing 30 pounds has to be easier than embarking on a worldwide campaign to change the minds of millions of people. But I don't got this:

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12-21-2013 05:58 PM
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(12-21-2013 05:58 PM)Roosh Wrote:  To me, losing 30 pounds has to be easier than embarking on a worldwide campaign to change the minds of millions of people. But I don't got this:

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When you fail at changing the minds of millions of people you can blame society, the man, the media, the patriarchy, the corporations, etc. When you fail at losing 30 lbs you can only blame yourself.
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