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    ESPN Magazine - The Mangina Brand strikes again

    ESPN has managed to establish itself as the Estrogen sports network solidly in the last year. See:
    http://www.goingyourownway.com/mgtow...rumbling-2619/
    http://www.goingyourownway.com/mgtow...punished-2511/

    ESPN however is not done with its faggotry and sycophantic behavior towards women. The latest issue of their magazine features a nude female fatass.






    From the Yahoo interview on her:

    Yeah, it’s pretty funny because this was my first photo shoot, my first interview, my first everything.
    Not true; you were interviewed by Women's Health on the perils of obesity and type II diabetes.

    I think I definitely had those spots where I was just like, “Okay, I’m too fat. I need to lose weight,” ... think that’s where started and it’s not just me being fat, it’s just me being different and having a different body type....
    See, she's not fat, she's just "different". I do wonder where her life is headed. You need a career after 'hammer throwing' and once the athletics stops, I can see her being on one of those electric wheel chairs because she is going to balloon in weight even further.

    From the ESPN interview:

    I'll be honest, I like everything about my body.
    I'll be honest. This woman doesn't seem that bad in terms of personality. It could be worse. Probably because she is doing athletics, and focusing on actual results, not being entitled and petty like many of her counterparts. However, she is in a quandary. Now she is being lionized for her big-boned self and succeeding despite not having the most toned body, it gives undue comfort to female fatties like herself but those who don't succeed. And for her- her days of hammer throwing will end soon. And then what?

    In the past, men focused on being useful to society and women focused on being useful to men. Today, corporations practice "diploma equivalency fallacy" which means if they see a university degree, they give you a job- even if women tend to do 50% of work that men do. So many of these women who get basically an affirmative-action handout mistakenly believe they can be useful to society too.

    (a related note: Yet if you look at companies that have a high proportion of female employees and female managers like Yahoo and IBM, (click this link to see the top 10 companies for women), they are doing the worst. So the diploma equivalency fallacy has a real cost for businesses. HR that put merit above social agendas are the only ones doing their job. Look at Abbott- they have 45%+ female managers. Their stock is the same as it was 5 years ago. Look at IBM with ~30% female managers and a female CEO. It's CEO Ginni Rometty has presided over its stock tanking from 200 to 166 over 3 years. There are some companies that have done well, but compare them to similar companies in their industry over the same time and the picture is less rosy.)

    Whether it's this hammer tosser or some low-level manager at a healthcare company, the reality is that women still need men to achieve their goals. Their mediocre careers and spending habits make it impossible for them to accumulate enough money to properly raise a child when raising one costs $245K. Here's a stat I called out a while back:

    White men 18-35 have a median net worth of: $5,600. White women 18-35 have a median net worth of: $0. White men 36-54 have a median net worth of: $70,030 White women 36-54 have a median net worth of: $42,600.

    Non-white men 18-35 have a median net worth of: $1,000. Non-white women 18-35 have a median net worth of: $0. Non-white men 36-54 have a median net worth of: $11,000 Non-white women 36-54 have a median net worth of: $5.
    So whereas women think that today they don't need to be useful to men, it's obvious from their net worth that to live a good life and give a good life to their kids, the same rule applies as has always been the case. In a day when women have obesity rates of over 30% AND MORE THAN MEN (that would be like a study showing men cry more in public than women; that's how critical the dimension of being fit is for women), we don't need to relax the weight standard for women. Women need men and they won't get there by falsely believing having a gut is "no big deal".

    The truth is: we're not doing enough body shaming for women.
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    Re: ESPN Magazine - The Mangina Brand strikes again

    It's just like this Jim Rome on Fox Sports radio comment I heard four or five years ago, "STOP trying to force the WNBA onto us men. Obviously, we don't want it."

    Then he went on a rant about how they this cultural Marxism regarding sports are. Ironic I mention Fox, because them showing a woman's World Cup Final on their national over the air network (you know, the one with 24, Family Guy, The Simpsons) came off as a desperate excersise in social engineering to me. I mean, I dare say an old movie like Escape From New York would have gotten a higher rating.

    I did not even look at the share it got that day. But if it says it was higher than say baseball (which gets a lot less than it used to), then I dare say those ratings books were cooked for the purposes of social engineering. I mean, hell, we won't even watch the World Cup finals for men.

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    Re: ESPN Magazine - The Mangina Brand strikes again

    I only have one comment: oh, dear god.
    I say fuck authority, silent majority. Raised by the system, now it's time to rise against them.
    We're sick of your treason, sick of your lies. Fuck no, we won't listen. We're gonna open your eyes.

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    I always find it odd that when 'plus sized' women are photographed in professional shoots, the use of slimming photographic techniques are still present. These ladies are supposed to be promoting 'body acceptance', but what the viewer sees is quite distant from the model's natural everyday appearance. It's a very conflicting message.

    Amanda Bingson's pose [along with the angle] in the picture above is clearly designed to trim the waist and emphasize the hips. There also might be some slight digital morphing at play. Caking on heavy makeup and airbrushing cellulite are also common practice. Compare the pic above to more natural photographs of her and the proportional distortions become pretty obvious.








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    Holy shit. Yeah, that last picture is all the proof I need that the ESPN cover picture is as fake as can be.

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    Re: ESPN Magazine - The Mangina Brand strikes again

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    Re: ESPN Magazine - The Mangina Brand strikes again

    Quote Originally Posted by Rishnix View Post
    Holy shit. Yeah, that last picture is all the proof I need that the ESPN cover picture is as fake as can be.
    The magazines are working with Adobe Photoshop

    If this Lady would be my guest and asked me to use the toilet. I have to dismount my sink first. Otherwise she couldn't sit on the water closet. Or I have to buy a new model. What was the favourite one from Al Bundy? A Fergusan?

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    What's with the missing Olympic ring? There should be five, but it looks like she only has four.



    Sorry for the close up.
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    Re: ESPN Magazine - The Mangina Brand strikes again

    Quote Originally Posted by Ace Francis View Post
    It's just like this Jim Rome on Fox Sports radio comment I heard four or five years ago, "STOP trying to force the WNBA onto us men. Obviously, we don't want it."

    Then he went on a rant about how they this cultural Marxism regarding sports are. Ironic I mention Fox, because them showing a woman's World Cup Final on their national over the air network (you know, the one with 24, Family Guy, The Simpsons) came off as a desperate excersise in social engineering to me. I mean, I dare say an old movie like Escape From New York would have gotten a higher rating.

    I did not even look at the share it got that day. But if it says it was higher than say baseball (which gets a lot less than it used to), then I dare say those ratings books were cooked for the purposes of social engineering. I mean, hell, we won't even watch the World Cup finals for men.
    that's interesting to doubt that the ratings for the women's world cup game was real. it seems too good to be true for me, but i know that soccer is popular. also, soccer is watched in groups, like a social thing, so i can accept that the ratings are real. so soccer watching can be compared to traditional NFL football watching.

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    Re: ESPN Magazine - The Mangina Brand strikes again

    In all fairness, regular models with waist sizes smaller then "equator" have their photos edited.No surprise its happened here.

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    Re: ESPN Magazine - The Mangina Brand strikes again

    Hey! You guys are WAY the fuck out of line here. Every last one of you needs to start objectifying this majestic landwhale right this instant! Remember what the new editor of Maxim said about the hottest women being the most accomplished? Well, here she is: Miss Accomplished.

    Sarcasm aside, why is it that females men actually want to see nude need their cloud network hacked while these types get their photos plastered all over the place? Where's that goddamn patriarchy when you need it?

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    Okay, first off all women and men will be different due to genetics. Mind you this means short or tall, very thin or large boned, things of this nature. Now to give you an example of this Swedish women tend to be on the large side. I remember a number of years back when my father was still alive we went to a Swedish/Norwegian food/gift store. Now I'm 6'2" and most of the women in that store were looking me in the eye, some I had to look up to. These women also had broad shoulders, so these women were not small by any means. However they were not fat, in fact most of them were very fit. I'm talking about no blubber hanging off the sides, triple chins or anything like that. Now most of these women probably weighed damn near as much as I do, I could only guess that these women in the store were weighing in on the average of 180lbs to 200lbs. However this is due to them being tall, large frame and having a higher muscle mass than most women do.

    Now this hammer thrower she is probably in better shape than most women just due to her workouts she has to do. However just working out in a chosen sport does not mean you cannot get fat, as this woman has proven to us. If you ingest more calories than you can burn off, eventually it will result in fat packing on to you. If this pattern keeps going eventually the person will alter their body, hips and ribcage will expand and eventually health problems will ensue. This is something that is totally different from your genes dictating your height and body type. A person can have a large body yet still not be fat. However a skinny person that over eats will end up with a large body type eventually. Now with this woman I can only guess that the little bit of extra fat on her *snicker* probably serves to increase her mass a bit giving her an extra edge on throwing that hammer. Mind you this is just a guess on my part. However the second she leaves the sport you can damn well bet that old blubber butt will end up in one of those scooters. Hopefully the woman will have sense enough to keep working out after she leaves the sport and drop a good 20 or 40 pounds (at least).

    Now another thing that comes to mind for me is why in the fuck did they have to take a picture of this broad in her birthday suit? I was drinking coffee at the time when I started reading this thread and sprayed it all over my carpet. So once again thanks to political correctness my carpet suffers and I go blind for a few minutes. I think going blind is just a result of my eyes trying to protect my heart. Trying to be politically correct is one thing, forcing us to look at a woman nude that has the mass of a small moon is just cruel. I don't often watch sports, just not something I am interested in. I do enjoy playing some sports, however just never into watching them. So ESPN gets zero watch time from me and probably never will. Thanks to pictures like this one, you can bet that ESPN will never see me tuning into their shit. Anyhow I hope all of you have a good day and that no one suffered any permanent damage from viewing that picture.
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    Re: ESPN Magazine - The Mangina Brand strikes again

    For the sake of gender equality , I think this photo should be on the cover of one of the women's magazines

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    Amanda Bingson is a woman reveling in competition and willing to make sacrifices to pursue her passion. She is an exceptional woman. ESPN is exceptional in this case as well, exceptionally pathetic. ESPN only has an interest in speaking of her when it comes to speaking of body issues. I'd be happy with ESPN if they were actually interested in giving men and women hammer throwers some exposure instead of the neglect they usually get.


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