Not only the Venus of Willendorf 24,000 and 22,000 BCE pictured here.
But all of these ancient depictions of fat goddesses too:
Female Idol 4000BC ‘Ancient Bulgarias Golden Treasures’ James L Stanfield National Geographic July 1980
Cybele (Goddess of Çatalhöyük) 6000 BCE.
Venus of Hohle Fels. 40,000 – 33,000 BCE.
Venus of Dolni Vestonice 29,000 - 25,000 BCE.
Venus of Lespugue dated to between 26,000 and 24,000 years ago.
The Goddess Inanna in breast-offering pose. As early as 3500 B.C.E.
Venus of Laussel, Dordogne, France. 20,000 B.C.
Venus of Gagarino, 22,000 BCE.
Venus Kostenky (Bone), c. 30,000 BCE
Venus Kostenky (Limestone), c. 23,000 - 21, 000 BCE.
Venus of Savignano, 25,000 BCE.
Venus of Moravany, c. 24, 000 - 22, 000 BCE.
Venus of Berekhat Ram, c. 230,000 - 700,000 BCE.
& many more.
Adam Hills destroys Joan Rivers for her Adele comments.
1. Joan Rivers is, was, and always will be a waste of oxygen.
2. She must have been the inspiration for Cassandra, the “last human” on Dr. Who.
3. Proof that sometimes, the most vicious enforcers of an oppression can be the ones who suffer from said oppression (in this case, women and beauty standards).
I LOVE ME SOME TT
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