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Dove Soap Hires Toxic BLM Activist As ‘Fat Ambassador,’ Calls To ‘Bud Light’ Dove Intensify

Dove Soap Hires Toxic BLM Activist As ‘Fat Ambassador,’ Calls To ‘Bud Light’ Dove Intensify

Seen on X: “THIS lifelong large lady and now former Dove customer tossed out the last three bars of Dove products she will EVER buy”

Back in 2021, Mike covered the UVA student who was harassed and doxxed because a BLM activist misheard a remark made at a protest.

Red State summarizes the incident in question:

During the summer of 2020, BLM protesters were gathered on a partially blocked Charlottesville street. Morgan Bettinger, also a UVA student, began to drive down the street and then realized it was blocked off by a dump truck. Bettinger parked and started to walk down the street to see what was happening. As she passed by the truck, she had a brief conversation with the truck driver and made remarks to the effect of, “It’s a good thing that you are here because otherwise these people would have been speed bumps.” The comments were meant to praise the presence of the truck so no protesters would be hurt by any possible oncoming traffic.

But in a twisted game of telephone, Bettinger’s comments made it through the crowd and turned into Bettinger calling the protesters speed bumps and saying she was going to run them over. BLM protester Bryant then took it upon herself to post an account of the incident on X, formerly Twitter. But that wasn’t enough for Bryant. She immediately began demanding that school administrators expel Bettinger. Bryant also filed a complaint with the University Judiciary Committee, claiming to the student-run disciplinary committee that Bettinger had “threatened students’ health and safety.”

The committee sided with Bryant. But Bryant wasn’t done yet. She then filed a complaint with UVA’s Office for Equal Opportunity and Civil Rights. It is here that Bryant got a bit creative with the story, claiming that Bettinger had repeated the alleged speed bump statement five times and had racially discriminated against her. Thankfully, the EOCR Office engaged in a bit of common sense and determined that Bryant did not hear the comments being repeated herself because no one could be found that could corroborate the claim.

The BLM activist in question, Zyahna Bryant, later admitted that she “might have misheard” what was said and that the UVA student did not urge anyone or threaten to herself make “speed bumps” of BLM protesters after all. The student in question, however, was bullied and harassed so badly by the woke mob that she is still feeling the aftershock.

Dove has now hired Bryant to be their big fat soap ambassador. Or something. Apparently, there is an ongoing push by these woke companies to “normalize” morbid obesity, to heck with the health consequences both in normal times and during the covid plandemic when obesity was a key comorbidity.

This is so outrageous that calls are already being made to make Dove the next Bud Light. Unlike Bud Light, which I do not drink and did not get to not buy, I do like the Dove body wash for its clean scent and hydration. I have bought my last bottle of it, though.

The New York Post reports:

Beauty giant Dove is facing a Bud Light-style boycott for partnering with controversial Black Lives Matter activist Zyanha Bryant, who was previously accused of getting a white student expelled over “misheard” comments.

Some once-loyal customers even posted pictures of bars of soap in the trash after Bryant, 22, announced she was a “Dove ambassador” helping to promote “fat liberation.”

“After hearing that Dove Beauty chose Zyanha Bryant — who ruined Morgan Bettinger’s life — for their ‘fat acceptance ambassador,’ THIS lifelong large lady and now former Dove customer tossed out the last three bars of Dove products she will EVER buy,” one, Carole Thorpe, tweeted Thursday night along with a shot of the bars in her trash.

Even Elon Musk weighed in as outrage spread across his social media platform X, the new name for Twitter.

“Messed up,” he wrote alongside a clip of the BLM activist’s initial announcement.

. . . . The company has yet to publicly comment on the controversy about hiring Bryant, whose alleged vendetta against fellow student Bettinger began in the summer of 2020 amid ongoing police brutality protests.

Needless to say, people have thoughts.


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AF_Chief_Master_Sgt | September 16, 2023 at 7:56 pm

Dove wants her as a fat ambassador because this woman is gonna use a lot of soap.


Before any of you haters call me a bigot, fat phobic, or a bunch of other shit, please know that I am a large man. Not as large as Tessie, but large.

Morbid dysfunction worship in corporate America has become a cult.

“Fat Ambassador” seems apt.

Hooray for being fat. Look how fat? Beautiful. So happy. I can hate and play on the guilt of others to my fat heart’s content.

Dove is another subdivision of woke Unilever. Evidently Unilever believes that its market share is chiseled in stone, regardless of their disdain for Dove’s customers. Hopefully they are wrong.

    lc in reply to Q. | September 17, 2023 at 8:07 am

    Yes, Unilever has been woke for a long time. I try to avoid their products, unfortunately vast, and haven’t used Dove in years.

    Concise in reply to Q. | September 17, 2023 at 12:11 pm

    Unilever also owns Ben and Jerry’s. That should have been a warning sign.

I looked up the word elephantine
àpropos, perhaps?

Actually disgusting

She won’t live long

There’s that

Not many people over 40 that large, heart can’t take it

Done with Dove, too bad decent product whereas Miller lite , like drinking pee water

    henrybowman in reply to gonzotx. | September 17, 2023 at 2:25 am

    So they won’t have to pay her much… but there will be no shortage of successor applicants.
    I understand Trigglypuff is currently carb-loading AND agent-shopping.

    LeftWingLock in reply to gonzotx. | September 17, 2023 at 8:49 am

    So I looked it up. Significantly overweight people die 3 to 10 years early (on average) — the more overweight, the closer to 10 years. Society certainly shouldn’t fat shame people. But feting them for being 50 pounds or more overweight isn’t helping them one bit.

Lots of soap can get lost in those rolls so she’ll just trick herself into buying more. It’s just smart business.

Who weighs more – her or Stacy Abrams?

“I only use Dove soap on these curves. Tastes good too.”

Note that Dove parent, Unilever, also owns the execrable and Jew-hating/Israel-slandering Ben & Jerry’s ice cream brand. So, this type of nonsensical and offensive agitprop is par for the course for this company.

I wish a sharecropper from Alabama circa 1935 would think of her?

That picture looks like she is getting ready to inhale that 7th corndog.

This is another example of the lefty quest to normalize bad behavior, poor choices and to remove personal accountability/ consequences.

Commit a crime? The capitalist system made you do it and it’s just not fair put you in jail. Obese/fat? Body shaming bigots STFU! Promiscuous/out of wedlock children? Ignore the judgement from the patriarchy! Drug addiction and homeless? Capitalism to blame and why shouldn’t you be allowed to live as a pre civilization nomadic tribe. Divorced with children via ‘no fault’ divorce v traditional reasons of abuse, neglect, adultery putting those children at every statistical disadvantage for future criminal behavior, suicide, mental health, homelessness, addiction? You go girl, you deserve to be a happy Disney princess living a fairy tale and a super rich, handsome, kind/caring and emotionally vulnerable prince of pirates (need dark triad traits as well) is out there waiting to sweep your 35+ year old divorced with children ass off your feet.

Leftism and it’s many willing victims have much to answer for.

Also, not a Bud Light drinker, but I can definitely quit using Dove. Game on.

Ding, ding, ding! Medical industrial complex winner!

Her big sister sat behind me on a flight to Seattle last night.

Whew. I was feeling like I won the lottery with my middle seat between two normal sized men. Seriously- this is not fair to the people who paid for a full seat to share 3/4 of it with a plus size neighbor..

    gonzotx in reply to Andy. | September 17, 2023 at 10:29 am

    No it’s not

    inspectorudy in reply to Andy. | September 17, 2023 at 8:01 pm

    I had to fly from HOU to SFO with a lady about her size in coach on a two-seat row! There was more of her coming under the armrest and her right leg was way into my space. Above the armrest, there wasn’t a hint of room for my arm or even my shoulder as her shoulder came over into my seat area. I would have refused the seat but I was a deadheading pilot and had to get to SFO. If I had been a paying passenger, I would have refused the seat and demanded to be moved or upgraded at the airline’s expense. She should have been charged for two seats.

Will this bovine blob ever have an actual, real job or is she “disabled”?She’s perfect for a diabetes and heart disease recruitment poster.

FAT. Just say no.

Remind me of a weird science character.

The Gentle Grizzly | September 17, 2023 at 1:09 pm

Who in their right mind thinks up having commercials with bloated-fat, unattractive tokens to put into their ads?

Who thinks it wise to take an inherently men’s product and use a trans-sexual – and an ugly one at that – to pitch their product.

Why are the majority of advertisements now featuring inter-racial families, always with a black husband and white wife?

Kudos to my credit union, and to Kaspersky security software: they still feature white folks in photos or illustrations.

Even if this tactic creates no new customers it will still result in increased volume/sales as they use more soap per bath/shower.

She’s no speed bump.

My full-blown lifted 4WD truck with 36″ tires would have to come to a full stop and slowly navigate that obstacle.

The Laird of Hilltucky | September 18, 2023 at 4:39 pm

Oh, wow! Seriously? I’ll have to quit buying St. Ives, Suave, Q-Tips, Lipton, Knorr, Hellmann’s, SlimFast, Bertolli, Klondike, and Breyers.