What If I Am Naturally Skinny?

“I’m naturally skinny. I eat what I want. I don’t starve myself. And I am beautiful.
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So why are you allowed to love your “curves” but it’s wrong for me to love my “bones?”

Why is it okay for you to call me anorexic, or to “eat some food”, but horrible for me to call you fat?
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IF YOU TELL ME TO “GAIN WEIGHT”, why can’t I tell you to lose weight?
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If you feel beautiful for being fat, I can feel beautiful for being small. Stop using the term “real women” to refer to curvy women.

TALL SKINNY GIRLS AREN’T IMAGINARY. Regardless of how a girl looks: ALL WOMEN ARE REAL WOMEN.”

Christina Paul, Ontario, Canada