Most of the harm in the world is done by good people, and not by accident, lapse, or omission. It is the result of their deliberate actions, long persevered in, which they hold to be motivated by high ideals toward virtuous ends.
As a relatively long-time resident I’m occasionally perturbed by both how little people understand Brooklyn and how much residents of other Burroughs – Yes, I’m talking to you, Manhattanites – misunderstand my adopted home.
Thankfully, David Miller has provided us, with the welcome help of Cacia Zoo, Glass Olive, Sierra Mckenzie, Kacie Marie, Victoria Elle, with an enchanting video showcase of the quirkiness, eclecticism, romance, and hidden beauty of Brooklyn.
Insofar as I can see there are many roads to beauty despite what the fashion and weight-loss industries keep spewing. Yet, are all the possible roads equally valid and successful, or are some doomed to marginalization and fetishization?
A case in point – Muscular women as in women who have toned their bodies and built up significant amounts of muscle, much more than the typical “hardbody” or fitness model.
Muscle Babes – Hot or Not?
As one of my wives is fond of saying, “There’s no point in arguing matters of personal taste.” But what is society’s consensus opinion of these women’s beauty and sexiness and its foundation for that opinion?
Will these women expand the concept of female beauty? Will they be considered freaks and unbiddable? Or will they be assigned a set of expected predilections and behaviors, much like women with numerous or prominent tattoos, and be relegated to fetish status?
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.