Anonymous asked: what do u think about nicki skinny shaming in anaconda?
I think skinny ppl can turn off her song and open literally any magazine, watch any other video or movie and tv show and see their body types idealized and praised
Anonymous asked: would you say "skinny shaming" is the same thing as "reverse racism"? (like neither one of them actually exist) thank you!! (btw the way i'm a hispanic girl with a chubby belly and enormous thighs)
Yeah it would be like the same thing
I’m not for body shaming at all but to equate fat shaming and body shaming to the same level is completely bogus like I’ve been on both sides of this and when I was fat I was called horrible names and felt like shit about my body and constantly told to lose weight, but when I was super skinny I was also taunted, but people who tried to make me feel better said “they’re just jealous of you” and no one said that when I was fat.
Even if someone is shamed for being skinny, there’s more people who will praise them for looking that way. It’s the opposite for fat people.
You shouldn’t shame people for their body type, regardless of what they look like. But what bothers me is when people think that fat pride or bigger girls being confident in their body means attacking skinny women or skinny shaming. It’s not on the same level. Skinny people are always seen as ideal. You are the ideal. You are the norm. Fat people are demonized and seen as lazy and unhealthy so it irks me when people compare those two as if they’re on the same level of oppression.
Tell me about a time where a white child was killed and black people made a hashtag mocking their death, a Halloween costume mocking their death, or a celebration of their death in any way shape or from. NEVER!!
Black pride has never been about hating white people, but white supremacy has always been about hating black people.
“I’m an adult” I whisper as I try not panic while I’m filling in all those forms that I don’t understand.