“Feminism was established so as to allow unattractive women easier access to the mainstream of society.” - Rush Limbaugh
That's a famous story by Kurt Vonnegut, you know. Actually his best short story.
Now if you take his story about everyone being equal, that's when you've got leftism.
Now let's apply that to fat, ugly feminists. What they want is for all women to be like them, and since they can't raise themselves up to being attractive, they have to drag women down to their level. Hence, we're supposed to see unattractive fat women as attractive as, well, women who are attractive, i.e. not fat.
I once read an article by a fat girl about how fat girls get "hot guys."
In other words, unattractive fat girls are supposed to be considered attractive and are also supposed to get those "hot guys." But the guys who aren't "hot" are supposed to, well, you know, just die.
You know: "Be handsome. Be attractive. Don't be unattractive."
Now just imagine if these Jabba the Huts had their way and all women were fat (we're getting there). What would men do? On one hand, they would withdraw from these heinous monsters - and that's how we get MGTOW. Your more disturbed men would close their eyes and pork these beaten-with-the-ugly-stick landwhales - and those are PUAs (I have seen this more than once, so please don't delude yourselves these guy don't bang whores, ugly girls, fat girls, and fat ugly girls).
I read a story once, the name of which I cannot remember, in which rich fat unattractive women were buying attractive men to be slaves. Thank God this was just a fantasy, because if these women had their way, that's just what they'd do.
Next, I expect these women to force attractive women to undergo plastic surgery to make them uglier, like in the novel, Facial Justice.. It is, after all, easier to make someone ugly than attractive.
"The most heartfelt articles by female journalists tend to be demands that social values be overturned in order that, Come the Revolution, the journalist herself will be considered hotter-looking." - Sailer's Law of Female Journalism.