4chan has been one of the most popular internet communities on 4chan.
In fact, in November of 2017, it was ranked #1 on the Reddit homepage for the first time in its history.
In April, a group of 4chan users released a documentary about the group called Fit, which detailed how the group was a hotbed for online sexual harassment.
The documentary also revealed the existence of the 4chan “fit” subreddit, a subreddit that encourages people to identify as either a “fit person” or a “lifestyle fit” to identify with the group.
This subreddit is also a place where users share their experiences with their fitness habits.
But for many, the 4chans fit obsession has had a negative connotation.
According to the New York Times, the subreddit is known for a number of disturbing and offensive subreddits that encourage the “fitness fetish.”
In July of 2018, the New Yorker published an article on the subreddit that detailed the prevalence of sexual harassment in the community.
In one post, a user posted a photo of a naked woman and a man’s face, claiming the photos were proof of their membership in the group, which has a history of encouraging sexual harassment against women.
On August 5, the website The Daily Dot published a piece about 4chan’s “fit fetish.”
According to The Daily Dump, the “fit community” is known to be a very large and diverse community.
The site’s article notes that “there are over 300 different subReddits dedicated to the ‘fit fetish,’ ranging from the more benign to the more extreme.”
According the article, 4chan also has a number that are “often referred to as ‘lifestyle’ subreddits,” which are sub-subreddits that have a subculture of members who focus on specific lifestyles.
These subreddits include: /r/bicycling, /r /fit, /u/fit and /r/(s)fit.
A large percentage of these subreddits are dedicated to bodybuilding, fitness and bodybuilding-related videos.
These sub-reddits are a popular place for users to share their fitness routines.
For example, a popular fitness video from YouTube user jasonhuston, titled “Get Fit for Free,” has more than 4 million views on YouTube.
According the Daily Dot, the community also has “a lot of members in the gaming community, as well as people who like to share information on fitness.”
In 2018, an AMA on Reddit was launched called Ask Me Anything (AMA) on the 4Chan fit subreddit.
The AMA included questions about fitness and fitness videos.
Many of the questions asked were very personal.
One Redditor asked, “I am looking to start a fitness brand, would you consider me a fit person?”
A Reddit user posted, “Why don’t you ask me that if you are in a fit situation.”
This AMA is an example of how the community has a negative view of fitness.
However, this isn’t the only community where the term “fit subreddit” has been used to describe the community and 4chan in general.
In September, The Daily Beast published an extensive article titled “Fit Reddit: Why 4chan Is Taking a Binge on Its ‘Fitness’ Subreddit.”
In this article, The Verge notes that 4chan and other “fit-focused communities” on 4chan.org are often referred to in terms of the subreddit “fit.”
While this term is often used in this context, the article also notes that, “some 4chan members believe that the subreddit fit is a more accurate term than ‘fit’ because it encompasses people who are fit in general.”
4chan, for its part, has responded to the criticism of the fit subreddit by arguing that the term fits is “a pejorative term,” and that “we are all fit, and this is not about us.”
The article further explains that 4chanks users have been “a huge part of the ‘fitness culture’ for many years.”
In the article cited above, it states, “This is just an attempt to make a point about the 4s being a bunch of douchebags, but it was also an attempt by the users to make some sense of the way that the community had become so toxic.”
In a comment to The Verge, The 4chan community pointed out that the word fit has been associated with sexual harassment for a long time.
According To The Daily Post, in 2018, 4channers had “featured a number sex scandals,” which include a sexual assault against a woman by a “man named Jason,” a “sexual assault” against a 14-year-old boy by a 4chan user named “Shad, and several other sexual assault incidents involving the 4sh community.”
The 4chners community also criticized the media for failing to cover the sexual harassment allegations.
A user on 4Chan.org also posted, stating,