Feminists are all about sharing their cellulite, chapped thighs, and back bewbs. With everyone. Some even demand we say “You is kind, you is smart, you is gorgeous.” If not, you is a sexist pig. Who isn’t attracted to pigs. Now queer, obese, male models have something to say: I’m big, I’m hairy, and I’m not going away.
Arcadio Del Valle is your average, ripple sided, obese model. His mission: representing average-height, fluffy men who get forgotten.
“All bodies are beautiful bodies and should be part of the movement, regardless of who you are and what you look like,” he says. “The men’s side needs to embrace that more and be more comfortable, including men that are more than just average size or masculine all the time. My goal is to prove and show that you can kill it and slay it at any size. (I want to) show the industry and anyone who doubted that bigger men are capable and worthy. Even with the critiques and cyberbullying, I’m determined to strive for greatness and positivity for all.”
We can’t wait to follow his journey.
This fluffy man will surely not be “forgotten.” Nor will anyone want to follow him. Flatulence ahead.
WARNING: The following images may induce the uncontrollable urge to burn one’s device.
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Hmm. I get the feeling this isn’t indicative of the “average” “man.” Maybe it’s not the fatness. Maybe it’s the makeup and fashion choices. Fringe sleeves and transparent harnesses aren’t doing those man bewbs any favors.
Kudos to whoever is still here. We apologize for the images above, but there’s a point. The LGBTQAAIP (silent F) community said their gayness wouldn’t affect the rest of the world. They said their “equality” wouldn’t affect anyone’s personal lives. Now, expect to see these images invading our eye holes. Likely from clothing manufacturers bent on touting “acceptance” and an unhealthy lifestyle. Problem is, not only do such brands repel customers, they’re pushing for a movement which wants to suffocate the rights of anyone who’s not queer as a flying unicorn.
No one says it better than this commenter on the plop-shaped model’s Instagram:
mymansionlife – All straight males should be offended that mainstream fashion and media executives are trying (to) promote this image as a representation of anything that has to do with us.
Indeed, the left continues to barrage everyone with a demand for acceptance of minorities’ demands, in spite of the majority of society. Evading the responsibility of fitness and encouraging poor health in the rest of America.
Liberal media pushes propaganda of all shapes and sizes: