Jessica Torres

Body positivity only, please!

Oprah Magazine, 
Fat shaming is never ok, or any type of body shaming in general. Why are we putting aside those people who do not have flat bellies and wish to wear crop tops? As a non-flat belly person I ask you to reconsider your words and in the future be much more careful with what is put out there. I am not only concerned for those who will read your magazine and will feel ashamed about their bodies but for the person who wrote it. What about those people around you without flat bellies? What about those young girls who never felt pretty because in the world that we live in today media outlets exclude those with certain body types. As a public platform let’s try and put body positivity out there rather then shame. I personally believe that we should all love our bodies. Love them and take care of them no matter what size it may be. And for those who truly believe that you must have a flat belly to wear crop tops I will leave you these pictures right here. 

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