How different would the world be if we were not judged by how we look? While deep down we all know that we all have more value beyond our appearance, we all still judge and feel judged for how we look. And the worst moment can be when you are feeling happy and satisfied within your own body and then someone still tries to shame you for it.
While self love can give you a lot of confidence and can help you find a place of contentment with who you are, it is not a cure for prejudices and abuses caused by fatphobia, ableism, racism, ageism or all of the other reasons that we hold some appearances as “greater” than others. We should all be valued based on who we are instead of how we look. Period.
A survey was done by the retail analytics firm Edited of 15,500 brands offering women’s clothing in America. Only 2.3% offered clothing to plus-size consumers, despite over 60% of American women being a size 14 or above. (Racked)
According to a recent survey, the majority of girls, as early as seven years old, feel that they are valued for their appearance more than their achievements or character. There are many correlating factors with the same age group that ties this to increased depression among girls. (The Guardian)
Question: Have you ever complimented a person for weight loss? Why do you believe that being thin is an achievement?
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