Fashion Victims

I’ve made a number of posts in the past about the fashion industry that ridiculed and lampooned their twisted ideas of female beauty. It is important to remember though that, while sarcasm and ridicule can be effective weapons, there are real victims of the of the fashion industry’s twisted, misogynist evil.

Should There Not Be A Harsh Reckoning?

The fashion industry, along with its co-conspirators in the weight loss industry, are the ones that have for decades promulgated an impossible beauty ideal and profited immensely off the resulting psychological damage caused to whole generations of women.

Young women like the ones in the images above are the true fashion victims and, while they need help and support more than anything else, their plight cries out for retributive justice.

Stripping these creatures running the fashion industry and dousing them with cocktail of DMSO, dichloromethane, phosphatidylcholine, and sodium deoxycholate sounds like a perfectly fitting punishment since it would destroy their skin, literally melt away their subcutaneous fat, cause extensive liver damage (Acute Hepatitis), and cause ocular nerve degeneration (Optic Neuropathy).

NOTE: DMSO and dichloromethane are each commonly available solvents. Phosphatidylcholine and sodium deoxycholate come pre-combined as a “fat melting injection,” Lipostabil.

It’d be something like a time lapse of anorexia with a few added “bonuses” that would make them better visual warning against others engaging in their behavior. The general loss of dexterity and ocular damage would also prevent them from doing further harm.

Sadly, not only would this form of retribution be illegal, it would be very difficult to carry out. As so often is the case in this sad and degenerate world, justice must bow down before pragmatism.

Related Reading:

Messages About Me: Sydney's Story: A Girl's Journey to Healthy Body Image
The Little Dictionary of Fashion: A Guide to Dress Sense for Every Woman
Evil Spy School
The Mindfulness and Acceptance Workbook for Bulimia: A Guide to Breaking Free from Bulimia Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (New Harbinger Self-Help Workbook)
Ancillary Justice (Imperial Radch)

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One Response to “Fashion Victims”

  1. Frank Zweegers Says:

    Great, insightful post!

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