Vogue trying to normalize obesity with rapper Lizzo cover/interview

I’ve done several blog posts on the obese rapper Lizzo (see here, here and here) and the media’s promotion of her “body positivity.”

This womyn is 31 years old. She is 5’10” and weighs 264 pounds. According to the CDC BMI calculator, Lizzo’s BMI is 37.9 which means she falls in the “obese” category.

Despite the health dangers of obesity, the media and pop culture continue to push Lizzo as a “body positivity” influencer.

So much so that she was rewarded with a Vogue cover:

In the Vogue article she states the following:

“Though the plus-size singer/songwriter is known for being body positive, she says the phrase is lazy at this point and prefers to be known for something else.

“I think it’s lazy for me to just say I’m body positive at this point,” she says. “It’s easy. I would like to be body-normative. I want to normalize my body. And not just be like, ‘Ooh, look at this cool movement. Being fat is body positive.’ No, being fat is normal. I think now, I owe it to the people who started this to not just stop here. We have to make people uncomfortable again so that we can continue to change. Change is always uncomfortable, right?”

Here are some pictures of Lizzo in real life:

Lizzo might want to re-think her stance on normalizing being fat. Bet the girl doesn’t realize that her obesity increases her chance of dying from Wuhan virus by 40 percent.

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truckjunkie
truckjunkie
29 days ago

Insane people often consider themselves “normal” too. Just sayin’-and I HATE that phrase,just sayin’,it’s lazy.😡

Jackie Puppet
29 days ago

She’s positively obese – no doubt about that!

the truth of god
the truth of god
28 days ago

so we have to pay for health, food stamps, and more for clothes cause they used so much to make them tents that they wear??

Lou Minati
Lou Minati
28 days ago

Lizzo? Never heard of her. Now that I have, her name ought to be Fatzo.

So, bigger picture, who is this aimed at? Obviously the participation trophy generation. Good! Let them all get morbidly obese. We’ll be rid of them sooner.

I admit to being curious about how “Commiela Harris is history in the making” though. Historic for biggest crash and burn ever in American politics? She’s got a way to go to pass Hitlery for that honor.

Maybe this is it… I’ll take “F***ing your way to the top” for $500, Alex.

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28 days ago
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Anonymous
28 days ago

Please, no. 🙁

Steven Broiles
28 days ago

My late mother suffered from obesity for her entire life, so I try to empathize, up to a point. But this is getting out of hand. Every day I drive I see men and women just as obese or worse than Lizzo. It’s grotesque! Seriously, medics should be allowed to seize these people and give them free surgery, it’s that bad.

Dr. Eowyn
Admin
28 days ago

How revolting.

Vogue began its downfall when vampirish editor Anna Wintour put Kim Kardashian, who became infamous from her hard-core porn video, on Vogue’s cover.

Exile
Exile
27 days ago

Oh the horror! My eyes will never recover!

Tom Wigand
Editor
26 days ago

Daniel Patrick Moynihan’s statement about “defining deviancy down” comes to mind.

Methinks that the constant erosion of standards, expectations and aspirations by promoting (and now, often, imposing) acceptance / embrace of “lowest common denominator” is all part of the Cultural Marxist agenda.