Fat is a problem for women but not so much for men. Of course a fat guy is often a problem. He doesn’t make the sports teams in high school, college or pro football even though a chubby guy can play better the line better but fat guys can’t run as fast as normal or skinny guys. Running fast is a big advantage for a guy, especially in the inner city. Take that either way, you know it’s true.

What about fat girls and women? Sure a very pretty girl who is fat can get dates but she’ll get loads more if she’s got a small waist. Call it evolution or whatever, –the male will go after desirable females first so the small waisted girl will always have an advantage.

There’a a bell curve for body shape. The extremes are fat and skinney. Normal is very flexible but at some point in the shape bell curve normal has it’s limits.

Fat crosses the line. Not-so-fat is better than fat and really fat is just not desirable to those subject to the appearance. If fat was desirable there would be no need, no market for L.A. Fitness, diet foods, exercise obsession, or loose clothes.

Fat doesn’t look good on the beach and everyone knows it. Fat people use a lot of clever devices to cope; loose fitting black bathing suits, showing skin up top, and so on.
In her new book, How to Never Look Fat Again, style expert and author Charla Krupp shares easy tips quote: “for looking long, lean and lovely-in an instant!” Is she anti-fat? Seems like that’s a yes and so are most people.

So why is Trump being called out for supporting what everyone knows is the truth? Mostly because he’s winning poll after poll and the media doesn’t like it when Democrats lose elections.

Watch the evening news. Mostly no fat people. Watch the commercials. Mostly no fat people. Look at movies. Mostly no fat people. Does that make fat people undesirable? Yes, in the visual arts. Mona Lisa isn’t fat. Venus de Milo isn’t either. Neither is Aphrodite, Cleopatra, Marilyn Monroe, Jane Mansfield, Raquel Walsh, Elizabeth Taylor, Angelina Jolie, Ingrid Bergman, Audrey Hepburn, Katherine Hepburn, Scarlett Johansson, Julia Roberts, Charlize Theron, Grace Kelly, Marlene Deitrich, Sophia Loren, Halley Berry, Michelle Pfeiffer, Lauren Bacall, Cameron Diaz, Greta Garbo, Ginger Rogers, Judy Garland, Ava Gardner, Ava Gabor, Zsa Zsa Gabor, jackie Kennedy, Joan of Arc, Madonna, lady Gaga, Catherine Middleton, Princess Diana, Amelia Earhart, Billie Holiday, Eve Peron, the list goes back to Eve in the garden and there no evidence of fat in any of them. Where are the fat ladies? Mae West? No, not fat. Packed very well. Female shape.

The Statue of Liberty. The Statue of Lady Justice. Not fat.

So the evidence supports Donald Trump.

It turns out 1996 Miss Universe winner Alicia Machado, had a weight clause in her contract. Machado was cited by Hillary Clinton in the first presidential debate as an example of Donald Trump’s mistreatment of women, threatened a judge with death. Machado threatened “to ruin my career as a judge and … kill me,” Judge Maximiliano Fuenmayor said at the time. Her boyfriend, Juan Rafael Rodriguez Regetti, was accused of shooting and wounding his sister’s husband, who he blamed for his sister’s suicide.

Alicia Machado entered a beauty pageant. Nobody forced her to. She knew what the rules were. She knew that she has to stay in shape. She knew it’s important to look good. Nobody forced these rules on this woman. She entered into this contest voluntarily. She has to follow the rules. She didn’t Trump called her on it. Why didn’t Hillary?

Machado tweeted her thanks to Clinton, writing in Spanish: “Thanks Mrs. Hillary Clinton. Your respect for women and our differences makes you great. I’m with you.” How does this bad desperate woman have the cell phone number of Hillary Clinton?

So in addition to being fat, she’s a desperate character and that Hillary is using her an example makes Hillary suspect too. Sleep with dogs, wake up with fleas.