That's a great summation Zoe. I would like to add that it's not just women who get triggered by stuff like that: men do too. Hence I would never tell a skinny guy that buff men are sexier, or tell a guy who works in a video game store how attractive rich, successful men are (disclaimer: just examples - not my personal preferences )
Originally Posted by zoebird
You definitely didn't make anyone feel bad! We're all responsible for our own emotions. Very thin women just happened to trigger a lot of stuff for a lot of women. It's nothing against the women themselves, or the men who happen to like them. As I said, if I didn't think skinny was beautiful, I wouldnt have starved myself to the point that I did. However, I also appreciate the beauty of some plus size models. For someone so critical of my own body, I'm actually not so critical of other people's.
Quote Originally Posted by Derpamix
I didn't mean to make anyone feel bad, you're all beautiful!
I maintain my dislike of the thigh gap though
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