Somebody asked me to make this Q/A rebloggable. So I did.————————Q: When you say you want to have sex with fat ladies it’s funny because that’s weird and gross, right?————————No, I say it because I’m 6’3” and weigh 225 lbs. so I’m generally most attracted to women that I am physically compatible with, not little tiny people of the type you usually find on the cover of a fashion magazine. Not that thin or athletic women are unattractive to me, but like (I sincerely believe) most human beings, what’s inside a person and how they behave dramatically affects how attractive they are to me, so if they’re a little “underweight” or “overweight” or “Canadian,” I will make an exception. (Listen to me; make an exception? As to what? Whether I “deem” them attractive or whether I masturbate to them, since I’m married and monogamous? Who cares what I think? I barely do.)
Also, your leading question suggests you think that I actually find “fat ladies” gross. I certainly don’t. I do talk about liking bigger women in my standup and on Twitter and while it is true, I’ll confess that there is an element of affirmative action at play when I say those things. Only because, as I said above, I don’tnot like women who aren’t bigger than you’re allowed to be on the cover of Cosmo. (triple negative?) So while I usually just try to make people laugh, I do have, among my aims, the desire to make women who might live a little bit outside of the CRUEL parameters of the modern “beauty” industry’s size laws feel better and yes, attractive. And the only reason I want them to feel attractive is because they are attractive, but they’re lied to day in and day out by TVs, computers, magazines, billboards, store displays, and more.
The New York Post published an interview with Adam Carolla on Sunday in which he said, among other things, “dudes are funnier than chicks,” and, regarding writing for television, “they make you hire a certain number of chicks, and they’re always the least funny on the writing staff.”