“They’re rebooting all the other shows, it would be nice to see a show with women of color."
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You're too fat, you're too skinny, you're too muscular are all words women across the world continue to hear. While social media has played an important role in bringing awareness to body shaming it has also in more ways than one opened the door for more body shamming to happen anonymously.
As I heard Leymah Gbowee and her daughters describe, there is undoubtedly more than one way to be a woman. Maybe we can one day unite around our internal beauty and forget the rest. Ultimately, some women feel empowered naked and some feel empowered clothed, but all women have a right to express and celebrate what empowers and inspires them, without being shamed for that either.
Tia Mowry of Sister, Sister fame has never been shy about speaking her mind about women's issues, so when people started commenting on her body on Instagram, she had a few things to say about it.
The actress shut down pregnancy rumors and slammed body image standards at the same time.