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So this has been on my heart for a while and I feel the need to say something.
I am not playing \’Who has it worse \’.
I can not count the times someone has told me that \’ you should eat something \’, \’ your so thin \’, \’ eat this, your need it more than I do \’ect.
If you said anything like that to a fat person you would be fried like a fish. Thin shaming is a real problem. There\’s all these campaigns about Real Women Have Curves, and Zero isn\’t a Size.
We seem to taken body positivity and turn it into curvy positivity. It\’s so humiliating when people tell you you aren\’t allowed to like songs that say you should love your body because they are addressing fat or curvy women. I have no problem with different body types being given publicity. But when that gets turned into thin isn\’t real then I do. All body types should be loved. Fat curvy and thin.
I assume raised, believing that real women have curves. Getting curves would be a dream come true. But right now the only curves I have are where bones stick out.
I have been researching this and it makes me heart sick. \’Real Women Have Curves \’ \’ Real men like curves, only dogs go for bones \’. But the most disturbing thing I\’ve seen is \’ skinny women arent good mothers. Their only good for Concentration Camp. \’
It\’s sickening.
I am asking you from the bottom of my heart. Love everyone. Don\’t every tell someone to lay off the French fries, or to go eat a cheeseburger. Don\’t tell people their so thin or so fat. It\’s rude on any side of the spectrum.
Protect and stand up for all body types. Whether their fat or a VS model. Please.

September 7, 2015 at 19:57


Very true. It gets really annoying really fast to have your weight pointed out rudely or constantly no matter what size you are. If you’re joking around and we’re both okay with it, it’s one thing (though I will tease you back about your size), but making rude comments isn’t cool.

September 7, 2015 at 20:29
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