Suppose a major soap and chocolate company decided to partner with a very fat woman to increase sales?
Stay with me on this one. It has a few twists and turns.
Hypothesis: the soap company realizes that if it can get fat people using its product, that’s a plus. A fat person uses more soap to clean his/her body than a skinny person. Boom.
So the company searches for a fat woman. A very fat woman who promotes fat people. An activist.
It finds one in, say, Virginia, at a university that likes to think of itself as southern Ivy League. Meaning it promotes the same political crap Harvard and Yale and Brown and Princeton do.
This very fat black woman has an interesting history. During the George Floyd riots, she accused a white girl at the University of making a racist remark in the middle of a protest.
She said the white girl said black BLM activists could be used as speed bumps.
The white girl was then hounded. Massively. Mercilessly. Her presence on campus was a trigger. So she had to go.
Even though a University group actually investigated the racist incident and found out it was likely: nothing happened.
A media outlet uncovered this: it seemed highly probable the white girl, during a truck-protest blockade, thanked a trucker for moving his truck to make way for vehicles—and she told the driver:
“Thanks. Otherwise, these protestors could have become speedbumps [if drivers tried to break through the blockade?].”
But the fat black activist who had accused the white girl stood firm. No apology. No back down.
And now, a large soap company is bringing the fat activist on board.
—Wash your obese bodies with our product. It’s wonderful. It’s woke. It’s a new day for fat people. Being fat is no problem. It’s natural. The soap is beautiful, the fat is beautiful. And we sell chocolate, too. So you can devour a few bars while you’re in the shower.
I thought all this would make a good script for a movie; maybe even a streaming series: