Fat Liberation: an Ideology of Personal Destruction

By | September 21, 2023

[September 21, 2023]  Action without consequences.  “No consequences” is at the heart of the fat liberation movement in America.  Zyanha Bryant, a morbidly obese woman community organizer and BLM activist is now the face of fat liberation.  As I understand it, she wants to remove the stigma associated with being fat.

“So when I think about what fat liberation looks like to me, I think about centering the voices of those who live in and who maneuver through spaces and institutions in a fat body.” – Zyanha Bryant

Fat Liberation, also known as Fat Pride and Fat Activism, is a social movement that seeks to remove the social stigma of fatness from social attitudes by pointing out the social obstacles that fat people face to the general public.  Many of their supporters claim that science says being fat has zero health consequences.  They also say that “fat” and “obese” are slurs that cause harm.  Of course, they do not consider the well-established fact that obesity causes serious physical harm.

NAAFA, the National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance (started by a man with a fat fetish), hopes to bring acceptance to being fat and reduce ridicule.  Their philosophy contests society’s “stubborn generalization that associates fatness with disease and poor health outcomes.”  They prefer the term “larger bodies” in place of the slurs.  Visit their website here for a better look: https://naafa.org/

Let’s be clear: your behavior has consequences.  Many fat ambassadors who rallied folks to the fat cause have died early.  This is not one of those causes you want to follow.

“You can ignore reality, but you cannot ignore the consequences of ignoring reality.” – paraphrasing Ayn Rand’s seminal essay “The Objectivist Ethics”

The fat liberation movement is all about denial.  Those who adhere to this fat ideology are slaves to the destruction it causes.  Eventually, it will catch up to them, and they will regret the results because actions have consequences.


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21 thoughts on “Fat Liberation: an Ideology of Personal Destruction

    1. Boy Sue

      Yes, nothing like an obese, privileged and entitled dumbass black woman to make the point that she is a dumbass.

  1. Mikka Solarno

    Like many have said over and over, it is the “liberation” of women that is causing this entire degeneration of America and the West. Women are told they are the best thing ever and they are all beautiful and wonderful and perfect — actually this turns them into narcissists (Gen. Satterfield has addressed this before and so has Pearl on youtube). Let us not forget that freedom must be earned and our society now says you deserve freedom to be handed to you on a silver platter and anyone who says otherwise is to be cancelled and attacked.

    1. Pumpkin Spice

      Like having sex and not expecting to get pregnant. Abortion is the anti-responsibility drug for those who cannot accept responsibility. America is becoming a no-responsibility country. Spoiled brats are running it and Biden crime family is helping us to our doom.

  2. Jeremy M. Jones

    “Zyanha Bryant, a morbidly obese woman community organizer and BLM activist is now the face of fat liberation.”
    ANTI-AMERICAN Zyanha Bryant, a morbidly obese woman community organizer and BLM activist is now the face of fat liberation. ….. There, fixed it.

  3. Yusaf from Texas

    Gen. Satterfield, as you know, I’m a loyal reader. Special thanks from my family and me personally for addressing this horrible misleading ideology. Too bad folks are allowing themselves to reject responsibility for their bad actions. Yes, your actions do have consequences. For those new to this website on leadership, do yourself a favor and get a copy of Gen. Satterfield’s newest book “55 Rules for a Good Life: Pursuing Truth and Responsibility.” For those who recommended it before, they left off the last part of the book’s title. “RESPONSIBILITY” is where this fat liberation has gone wrong.

    1. Gibbbie

      Great point Yusaf from Texas. Yes, buy the book but also read it and leave a comment on Amazon to tell us how you like it or not. Give feedback. You won’t be criticized for it.

      1. Aussie

        Cheers. Buy all of Gen. Satterfield’s books. Read them and read them again. That will be your best decision this year. 🇦🇺

      2. Janna Faulkner

        Thanks Yusaf and Gibbie. For over 10 years, Gen. Satterfield has successfully run this website and posts everyday (except for when he was hospitalized). Wonderful blog. Sir, keep the great works you are doing going for us. I also look forward to your next article on “Letters to my granddaughter.” ❤

  4. The Golly Woman from EHT

    Great article, Gen. Satterfield. This just shows the downward spiral we are in cause in large part by narcissistic crybabies.

  5. Doug Smith

    Fatty Zyanha Bryant is now the spokesperson for Dove soap. Well, in case no one is paying attention, there is a boycott effort going on. Do not buy Dove soap. Who wants to support a fatty who is anti-American? And who supports the terrorist group BLM? I don’t and I won’t. Dove soap must have a bunch of nitwits working there.

      1. Bernard

        From this article ….
        Beauty giant Dove is facing a Bud Light-style boycott for partnering with controversial Black Lives Matter activist Zyanha Bryant, who was previously accused of getting a white student expelled over “misheard” comments. Some once-loyal customers even posted pictures of bars of soap in the trash after Bryant, 22, announced she was a “Dove ambassador” helping to promote “fat liberation.”
        Join the boycott of Dove Soap. You will be supporting American values if you do.

      2. Randy Goodman

        Boycott Dove Soap
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        1. Harry Donner

          YES, join the boycott of Dove Soap. Stand up for America and reject the BLM pro-terrorist groups and those who support them.

        2. Rev. Michael Cain

          “As a LIFETIME — yes, you heard that right, a lifetime #Dove user, you cannot hire bullies, liars, and those who discriminate to market your product and expect to retain your market base. “I will stop using your product in a second,” she wrote. “Full stop.”


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