I may not be a lover of the heavier women, but this shit has gotten out of hand...
Fatty. Lard ass. Shamu. Porker. Heifer. Fat chick.
The last bastion of discrimination seems to be two-fold. The first is against the "redneck" or native Southerner, the second is against fat people. Studies repeatedly show that overweight people are far more likely to be passed over for promotions, not get the job, get paid less, or be thought of as intellectual inferiors. And, now, for those of us who aren't overweight, or don't qualify as fat, we have our very own dating site!
Hell yeah, sign me up...
Beautiful People.com (no, I am not, and will not, link to that POS), is for those of us who place the primary indicator of interpersonal attractiveness, as the the only meritorious qualification. That is to say, beautiful people only can apply, and --the number one rule-- NO FATTIES. Well, how do they enforce that you ask? Easily....They review everything you post, everything you do, every picture, and other user feedback to determine if you're fat and/or unattractive. If you tip the scales, then, tough shit Wilbur, back to the trough for you.
The international site BeautifulPeople.com threw out members after they posted photos "revealing that they have let themselves go," according to a company statement.
"As a business, we mourn the loss of any member, but the fact remains that our members demand the high standard of beauty be upheld," said Robert Hintze, founder of BeautifulPeople.com. "Letting fatties roam the site is a direct threat to our business model and the very concept for which BeautifulPeople.com was founded."
"We responded to complaints by moving the newly chubby members back to the rating stage. This is the same as having them re-apply," Greg Hodge, managing director of BeautifulPeople.com, said in a statement.
The company said it "expelled" 1,520 users from the U.S., 832 from the U.K., 533 from Canada, 510 from Poland, 425 from Germany, 402 from Italy, 323 from France, 220 from Denmark, 176 from Turkey and 88 people from Russia. In the e-mail, it gave users suggestions for boot camps and workout facilities to get themselves back in shape.