All Women Are Real Women
I think this is a brilliant idea. Can’t wait to see how the blogger’s own interpretation of a “look book” develops. Check out the post for more details 🙂
The more I explore body image and society, the more rotten layers I find to peel away. Here’s my latest discovery: I hate hate hate that the phrase “real women” is being used to describe ladies who are larger or curvier. “Larger or curvier than whom?” you might ask. Exactly. (Bonus points for your good grammar.)
Phrases like this pit us against one another, even if their original intent was positive. I know the idea that “real women have curves” is affirming for lots of girls who could really use that positive imagery – myself included – and so this idea should be a total “hooray”… except it boils down to self-acceptance in the form of pointing fingers at other women and saying, “It’s your turn to feel bad! You’re so skinny you’re not even real.”
Let’s just stop playing this stupid game. Let’s call it what it is. It’s dumb.
This is dumb:
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