Greece Bans Fat Women from Donkey Rides: Animal Rights Activists are the Real Body Shamers

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
October 10, 2018

It is a fundamental human right that no person should ever be discriminated against based on their race, gender, sexual orientation or how fat they are.

But animal rights activists don’t agree.

They believe that a woman deserves to be judged based solely on her appearance.

Daily Mail:

Greece has banned obese tourists from riding donkeys after animal rights campaigners said the creatures were being left with spinal injuries and open wounds.

After images of donkeys climbing the narrow steps of the Greek island of Santorini laden down by large holidaymakers hit the headlines worldwide, lawmakers in the country have now pledged to do more to help the animals.

The Greek Ministry of Rural Development and Food has published a new set of regulations regarding donkeys’ well-being after receiving multiple complaints following media coverage in July.

These state that donkeys giving tourists rides in Santorini should not carry any loads heavier than 100kg (15 stone, 10 lbs) or one fifth of their weight.

The move comes after animal activists on the island claimed with obesity on the rise, donkeys were being forced to carry ever-heavier loads while working long hours, seven days a week without shelter, rest and water – leaving them with spinal injuries and open wounds from ill-fitting saddles.

This is truly the most offensive thing I’ve heard of since a convicted gang-rapist was put at the head of the Supreme Court.

These women have absolute no choice in what they look like, or how much they weigh, and they are healthy and beautiful at every size.

220 lbs is thin for most normal women.

Even the famous Democrat activist and singer Taylor Swift wouldn’t be legally allowed to ride one of these donkeys.

Do these animal rights activists only expect that models who promote unhealthy and shaming body imagery should be allowed to ride donkeys?

What’s next?

Will they be banned from the buffet because they “place an undue burden on it”?

Will they be banned from Tinder for using photo-editing software?

Famous, sexy models are finally being celebrated as healthy even while super-sized.

And animal rights activsts want to take that all away from these women who have suffered so much at the hands of the patriarchy?

It seems that “animal rights” are simply yet another tentacle of the patriarchy, in need of crushing under the heels of strong, empowered, healthy at every size women.