SwoopTheWorld Animation: How Little Lindy Became a Fat Feminist

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Fisto and me have written this short story on “How Little Lindy Became a Fat Feminist” and then made it into a cartoon.

Check it out on the SwoopTheWorld YouTube channel!

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I’m TravelHardcore, but people simply call me THC, although I don’t smoke. I speak several languages, train Muay Thai, and suffer from insomnia. I left a well paying job, stuck in a miserable office to go out and see the world. I simply live for adventure. Cheers.
  • Mondevil

    Nom nom nom! LOL. Every chubby girl on the planet should watch this video

    • http://swooptheworld.com/ TravelHardcore

      And eat a salad

  • 20Nation

    bad… ass…

    • http://swooptheworld.com/ TravelHardcore

      Big… ass…

    • Jesse James

      I have not enjoyed a manosphere video that much since UofMan made their theme song. LOL

    • Fisto

      Nice!

  • eddy

    Cool story and cool voice. Keep it up

    • Fisto

      Thanks man. It was fun writing it.

    • Cedric3

      You have a California accent-is that your hood?

    • CB

      I hope he stays out of San Diego if his idea of humor is just whining about some irrelevant, overweight woman.

  • Vincent Vinturi

    Now *that* is some awesome linkbait fellas! Swoop is gonna be BIG… ;-)

    • Fisto

      Feel free to share V.V. ;)

  • makiiiiiii

    Just fyi, this is the second article I’ve seen which has a misspelled logo. ‘Wolrd’

    • Fisto

      Damn THC’s foreign ass…..

    • http://swooptheworld.com/ TravelHardcore

      Damn, I’ve been using that same logo file for a while without noticing. I’m editing it right now

  • Smooth Operator

    Let’s hope that the fatties are able move the cursor with their fat fingers to, and click on “play” :-p

    • Fisto

      Maybe they’ll lose some weight just so they can.

  • Van Zan

    Nom, Nom, Nom is the perfect response to everything feminists say.

    • http://swooptheworld.com/ TravelHardcore

      Nom nom nom, is probably what you’ll hear from them too :)

  • CoffeeCrazed

    Effin’ eh!

  • Nikola Cvrtnjak

    Nom nom nom :DDD

  • DESTRO

    Lol. Well done gentlemen. You´re such a charmer Fisto-lol.

    • Fisto

      Thankyou for noticing Destro

  • IHateFatChicks

    Lindy is such a vapid, vacuous, narcissistic sociopath and, quite frankly, a fugly pig.

    • Fisto

      Pigs even think she’s ugly.

  • CobraClan

    …and then her cats ate her lol

  • Buddy Orion

    Fucking awesome.

  • Cedric3

    Fisto-
    How significant to feminism is Lindy West?

    Have you guys been to Dr. Henry Makows- http://www.savethemales.ca site???

    He has a book called “Cruel Hoax” that explains the hows, and whys of feminism.

    At the end of the day, I’d tell anyone feminism and most other ideologies are creations of the elitist Illuminati (Rockefellers, Rothschilds) to divide and confuse to masses while their central banks raid everything at the cost of civilizations.

    • Cedric3

      This is relevant to the decline of the West-

      http://www.realjewnews.com/?p=821

    • Fisto

      Put it this way, if she choked on that McNugget tomorrow, feminism would be just as strong.

    • Cedric3

      I despise that whole COmmunist movement of social control and degradation started by the Rockefeelers to destroy and enslave EBERYONE aka feminism. Dr. Henry Makow has got their number and paints the history, culture, and social dynamics of those pinko psychos as well as anyone. Return of Kings is good but they havent posted anything with the raw intellectual power like Dr. Makow-he is a Jew and says its the Jews game to control the goyim/non-Jews/cattle as the tribalists refer to us. You guys need to read the Protocols of the Learned Elders of ZIon at Rense.com or Iamthe witness.com some good, powerful stuff.

  • Josh Bar

    SWOOPTHEWORLD my brothers from another mother. I found your blog by accident have read through all your guys stuff and have yet to disagree on any of yalls posts. It makes me happy to know that there are other like minded individuals Living that Life and telling it how it is.

    • 20Nation

      great minds… ;)

  • QuantumPimpin

    Hilarious!

  • CB

    I found this rather crude. I mean, it’s childish ad hominem.

    Jez can be obnoxious, but this is just as gross.

    Also, I really want to be the grammar police, but I will refrain. Sad day.

    • Fisto

      No, please do say what you specifically disagree with or think is inaccurate in it’s portrayal. Just vaguely complaining isn’t helpful in the slightest.

    • patriciabateman

      Eh, it’s cruel. It’s not ethical, because it’s unnecessary and harmful.

      Also, the grammar mistake is in the first paragraph with “Fisto and me”, since you asked.

    • Fisto

      Do you know what else is cruel and unnecessary? Eating until you’re 40 lbs overweight and then expecting the world to accommodate you simply because you’re a fat female.

      RE: Grammar. English is THC’s 4th language. I told him about this the other day. I guess you’ll have to excuse us.

    • patriciabateman

      That’s not a particularly good analogy. Actively causing harm to someone is not the same as causing harm to yourself with some effects on others.

      Let’s laugh at all the drug addicts and anorectics too, I guess (not that they’re equal, but obesity can have roots in mental illness too; you don’t know whether it does or not in Lindy’s case). At one point in my life, I was starving myself and way too thin (fully recovered; it’s all about #squatlife now). It was one the most selfish things through which I could have ever put my family. And, if I lacked health insurance, I would have burdened the state. But, for some reason, it’s okay to make fun of fat people but not anorectics. If you make fun of both, then good for you, I guess. At least you’re consistent.

    • Fisto

      Fatshaming is the logical conclusion to fat acceptance. Obese people, especially women, have a distinct and off-putting sense of entitlement that I find abhorrent. Again, you’re sort of validating my points for me….

      But yeah, I think it’s ridiculous that women starve themselves and then blame men but I’m glad to hear you’re working out that ass an legs. Props.

      Anyway, the video is not a personal attack agains Lindy, although she was absolutely part of the motivation. An outspoken, physically disgusting, feminist who can’t make a logical argument and have an even worse grasp on humor, claiming men are rapists (when men run in the other direction) is almost alarmingly the bulk of the feminist movement.

    • patriciabateman

      How am I validating your point for you? You keep saying that, but it doesn’t help your argument. The logical conclusion to fat acceptance is not fat shaming. So, logically, we must take the opposite side of the position on which we disagree? It’s only logical for you, because you want to make them feel bad about themselves (since they have an “off-putting sense of entitlement”). That is not how I operate. I doubt it works. Those women need fat acceptance because they are unhappy being fat. Shaming them will likely make them unhappier and more entrenched in their ideas. You’re proving their point. IMO, it’s better to encourage people toward good health. The weight will likely come off with it.

      Shit, I keep getting sucked into this, lol.

    • Fisto

      You’re validating my points because your own story involves you “fixing yourself” because you felt bad for your loved ones.

      Fat shaming works the same way. “Encouraging” doesn’t work otherwise we’d have thing women here trying to lose weight instead of a whole movement trying to not just excuse obesity but accept it.

      And I’m going to also rest my case about the “validating topic” by pointing out a question you just asked.

      You asked “So, logically, we must take the opposite side of the position on which we disagree?”

      Yes, that is by definition how a disagreement occurs.

    • patriciabateman

      That’s where you’re wrong. My parents constantly tried to “shame” and guilt me into eating better. It only drove me deeper into my disorder (not their fault, of course). When I went away to college, and decided to act like an adult, is where the change happened. I only realize now how selfish I was.

    • Fisto

      Was it?

    • Jody Dayton Peace

      I’d be more concerned with other people who may be infected with evil feminism, rather than the fatties spreading it around. Shaming does work. Since shaming has been discouraged there has been a massive rise in obesity. It’s well documented that social norms (which involve shame/rejection, or acceptance in the group) are some of the main motivators of human behavior. Great video..! :)

    • patriciabateman

      I’m talking about polar opposites. You don’t need to have a totally opposite position to someone to disagree (although you will be totally opposed on certain points). I phrased that poorly. I’m also talking more about actions. You don’t need to act in a completely opposite manner in order to refute a particular philosophy of action (fat shaming vs. fat acceptance).

    • patriciabateman
    • Fisto

      There’s not much point in trying to reason with someone that’s isn’t rational. Again, indirectly validating my points.

    • patriciabateman

      You’re right in a way, but that’s beside the point of the fact that fat shaming does not really work (which was our main disagreement on this matter). That does not validate your point whatsoever, but instead invalidates both of our points. If that’s the case, then we might as well do fucking nothing, because there is no reasoning with the irrational. This conversation has deviated from the intended purpose. I stated that fat shaming does not work. You disagreed. Research indicates that it does not work. So, I would rather encourage people to be healthy (even if it doesn’t work), rather than being a dick about it for apparently no reason at all. You also ignore the fact that it doesn’t necessarily take reasoning to encourage someone to be healthful. It’s about creating an environment that encourages physical activity and good eating practices. That more likely to work, imo, than fat shaming someone.

    • Fisto

      We will have to disagree about what really works. The point of this video wasn’t supposed to stop obesity, it was supposed to shed light on the social cancer that is feminism in a humorous way. And while you didn’t like it, many people overwhelmingly did.

      Anyway I appreciate your feedback.

    • http://swooptheworld.com/ TravelHardcore

      I always think about this picture when fat women talk about “unfair standards of beauty” and “self esteem crisis”

    • patriciabateman

      I agree. Your point, though?

      My point: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eh7lp9umG2I

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  • Guest

    hey guys! just wanted to give you an FYI that the majority of feminists are not man-hating or feel that men are the enemy. in fact, they love men. feminists are just people (not just women) in general that believe in gender equality. I’d hope that you would believe in that theory as well, though I don’t care if you have to call it feminism or not. I get that there are extreme feminists out there who probably do hate men, but lets not put them all into the bucket. feminism overall is a good thing for society as it brings men and women to an equal level politically, socially, and economically. i’m a feminist and i do not believe in pushing men down in order to raise women up. I love men and advocate for men’s rights and am against gender stereotypes as a whole – and a lot of women who label themselves as feminists feel this way, too!

  • micoq_szoar

    This is probably the 10th time I’ve watched this and I laughed so hard, I almost pissed myself. Great encapsulation of a complex dynamic.

    BTW, what program(s) did you use to put this together? It’s actually pretty slick.