your last video about harassment at that panel from that girl didn't set well with me. Although what you said was something I agree with that no one should be a jerk to someone unprovoked like that, and that guy had a legit question. The part that doesn't sit well with me is that when someone "fat shames" (which is something I think is real but not what sjw's paint it as like just calling someone fat) the right paints this harassment as oh your weight is unhealthy I'm not fat shaming I'm helping or some nonsense. How is it that when the right harasses the left it is constructive criticism but when the left harasses the right it an all out attack.
Well thank you for the quick back and forth. It is nice to chat with people who do not always see eye to eye on things. I tend to talk on politics with people who agree with me so it is nice to get someone else's point of view on stuff. I enjoy your videos for that reason. Have a good day.
I think someone mentioning body weight to another person CAN be done out of concern, but among strangers and online especially, you're right that it's usually done to troll.
I agree that being proud of being fat is a very strange thing. I personally do not get that. I will be the first to admit that Im never the most clear when speaking on subjects like the ones discussed here on this site or your videos. Though even stating the fact that someone is fat to a fat person is harassment because it still is bullying no matter how you slice it. On top of that using the excuse that someone cares about said fat persons health is a lie. At the end of the day its bullying with trying to do it with a clear conscience. Thats my view on it anyway. I totally understand not everyone we see it that way.
Calling someone fat isn't harassment, that's usually just a statement of fact. Calling someone a name like a "fat pig" or something could be harassment, but it's not an example of the right harassing the left. That would be an example of a presumably skinny person harassing a fat person. I find "fat shaming" in general a poor term, because honestly, being fat shouldn't ever be something you're proud of anyway.