Body Shaming Lady GaGa

Over the weekend was the 51st Super Bowl, great time to get with a bunch of friends eat food and drink American beer. Too bad I missed the whole thing for work, but I honestly didn’t even know who was playing until it was over and I checked my social media. There was one thing that really bothered me that came across my Facebook after work. blog-post-4

I’m sorry, but waaaaaaaaaaaattttt????????????? If Lady GaGa has a belly roll than I must have the whole damn bakery. This is a giant slap across the face to any woman that is over a size 2. Guess what? That is definitely the majority of America. Lady GaGa responded in a tasteful way as well.screen-shot-2017-02-08-at-3-39-19-pm

I’m not a giant fan or anything but I am a fan of showing respect towards other people’s bodies. Body shaming is not okay rather someone is criticizing how fat or skinny another person is, it’s their body. Especially when nones body is the same, there is not a specific measurement of the perfect body, nor is it anyone’s business.

This should be a great example for little girls that it is okay to be comfortable in your own skin. According to National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD), at least 30 million people of all ages and genders suffer from an eating disorder in the US. Body shaming is one of the results of this problem of eating disorders. I’m proud to say that Lady GaGa has always recorded music that represents being comfortable in your own body, and I hope that she continues to do so.

P.S. She is still hot.

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