Then don’t go into the fashion industry as a model. Body shaming in the world of fashion is not new. It’s not right but it’s not a secret. So if you don’t want judgment on your looks, don’t be a model. Be a designer and design clothes that will encourage women’s strength and health
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If this ad makes you ashamed of your body then the problem’s with you not with anyone else. Most people aspire to be in shape and healthy, most people like their partners to be in shape and healthy. If you’re fat and unhappy that your body doesn’t fit those aesthetics then why not try to get in shape so you don’t feel ashamed of being unhealthy and overweight? Or is it that it’s easier to start petitions to get adverts like this banned than it is to put down the fork and hit the gym? Fat fucks. Dear fat girl don’t be afraid to get on top. I also think that it is again, the lobbying of the pharmaceutical big enterprises. They know how to make money by manipulating women. it is also a shame because a woman can take the habit of needing medicine that makes them look good looking. It is known that some medications are made to give more energy (amfetamines) and so they can stay slim. but then they get addicted to it.
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No problem for the company. So they can sell other medicine, that replaces the addicting medicine, for when they get in big trouble. What some people fail to understand is that to make its money the diet industry relies on healthy people feeling they have to change their shape, not just people who would be healthier if they lost weight. They are aiming at the largest demographic they can for profit. This, and the fashion industry to some extent, gives us a very narrow, and unrealistic idea, of what a ‘normal’ healthy woman looks like. Believe me, I’ve seen plenty of examples over 40 years of how healthy young woman have ended up eating and behaving in very unhealthy ways to reach an ideal that only exists in advertising and the media, not in real life, and many have had the most miserable time in their teenage years and 20s, and often beyond, some developing eating related disorders as a part of mental health issues, and other types of self-harming. And this is not only experienced by women either. If you could meet some of the lovely young people I know, who are currently suffering from serious depression that tells them they don’t deserve to be alive, and think they don’t live up to what they feel are expected standards in achievement and appearance, then perhaps you might understand how damaging it can be to be constantly surrounded by information and images telling you you’re not good enough!