The Size of Chairs Deemed a ‘Microaggression’ against Overweight People

The size of our society’s chairs is now being considered a “microaggression” against overweight people, according to a guide released by The New School, a private college in New York City.

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  • Hard Little Machine

    Of course when they give us bigger seats they accuse us of manspreading. Just tell the fucktards to bring their own beanbags

  • Millie_Woods

    The world needs a major calamity in order to sort out the nuts from the normals. Like the saying goes ‘humans can endure anything, except continual prosperity’.

    • WW III should do it.

    • Alain

      Actually it is the West that needs a major calamity, because this postmodernism/cultural marxism only exists in the West. Not to worry though because that major calamity has already begun in the form of Muslim invasions.

  • Editor

    Being gravitationally challenged myself, I feel particularly entitled to comment on this issue. Yes, seating in public spaces is tight but it’s because I’m fat. It’s not a microagression, it’s not the patriarchy’s or white supremacists’ fault, I don’t need the whole of society to change to accommodate me, I just need to eat less and exercise more.

    • BillyHW

      I think airplane seats have gotten too small for everybody.

      • Exile1981

        Can i sue aircanada for the microaggression.

      • Editor

        These days, I think you’re lucky to get a seat and not just get beat up and dragged off most airlines.

      • Alain

        Yes, and with insufficient leg room. I am not a tall person nor fat, but even I am squeezed in these seats nowadays. What makes it harder to take is that I well remember the days when you had plenty of room and good service instead of what we now have.

    • Blind Druid

      My sweet wife of 43 years is rather large. We get adjacent seats and raise the armrest. Her warm softness beside me helps me doze off quite nicely thank you. But my legs get cramped – and I am an average six footer.