July 23, 2019
Virulent Neon-Nazis have rallied in support of anti-fat people plates at Macy’s, declaring them the official dishes of the Alt-Right.
Obese people are unamused.
— Alie Ward (@alieward) July 21, 2019
Nothing like promoting fat shaming and food guilt. Who makes these plates?
— Lillian Mondaro (@njcoffeejunkie) July 22, 2019
WTF! These are ridiculous, ban them, there's enough people with body issues as it is!
— Teresa Leone (@tess1185) July 22, 2019
Yo @macys this is beyond effed up and pretty much guarantees I’ll never spend another dollar at your stores.
— stephen carter (@stephenedwardc) July 22, 2019
— Jameela Jamil 🌈 (@jameelajamil) July 22, 2019
All these people trying to defend the shitty design… lol imagine thinking a circle labelled "skinny jeans" big enough to hold like two chicken nuggets is demonstrating "healthy portion control"…. The only thing it's teaching is body shaming, and nothing to do with health.
— cheese steak (@totodialed) July 22, 2019
This is a toxic message, promoting even greater women beauty standards and dangerous health habits. These expectations can actually kill someone, and I know someone it has. @Macys, remove this from all of your stores and denounce the manufacturer.
— Anna L Puchkoff (@AnnaPuchkoff) July 21, 2019
These labeled plates are AWFUL and I am glad Macy’s has agreed to remove them. This fuels eating disorders.
— Susan Feldkamp (@SusanFeldkamp) July 22, 2019
In actual fact, the size of your portion doesn’t really matter, it’s all about what you’re eating. Fat people eat terrible food.
But these plates are angering fatties, so the Neons love them.
Recently, we’ve seen a shift in the Neon scene from hating black people to focusing their hate on fat people.
El Capitán del Odio himself, Alt-Right leader Richard Spencer, recently began a tour of college campus cafeterias where he and his hate-fueled band of miscreants mock fat people and throw boxes of Twinkies at them.