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Start a Revolution, Stop Body Shaming!

Written By Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Zoha Imran

Founder & Owner of: I’m No Different

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor and Psychology Writer


So it’s been a while. I haven’t really had the chance to sit down and write everything that was coming into my mind. But I realized that there’s this one topic that is kind of taking over the internet. It recently became a topic of discussion on  one of my Whatsapp groups and I thought to myself that so many problems could’ve been solved a long time ago if we simply just talked about them. I was asked for my input by an Illustrator and Visual Artist who was writing about body shaming. I gave her my input and I also got a chance to read what other people had sent to her and that’s when I realized that most of us have faced this in life but we probably never talked about it. So many of us have constantly been told that we need to get on a diet, or maybe take some growth medication to grow taller. What got to me the most was when someone wrote how much she loved wearing heels but she had to stop wearing them because whenever she did, she was told that she’s as tall as a street light and she shouldn’t wear heels. I have seen in front of me, a girl labelled according to her size at her University’s Graduation Party and because it was in front of a huge crowd, it really put her down and she stopped eating. So if you’re reading this you’ve ever pointed someone’s weakness whether intentionally or unintentionally, please realize that anything can happen to anyone at any time and you never know, you might have to go through something similar some day. That’s why look beyond the standards of beauty set by the social media and embrace different kinds of beauty.

If you’ve ever been let down for your weakness, let me tell you that God made you and God doesn’t make mistakes. You’re a masterpiece and you deserve love, care and respect. You have a beautiful heart and that’s something that nothing can beat. Never let anyone bring you down. Once you’re confident with your own structure anything that anyone says can never hurt you because you love yourself.

We don’t realize that we consciously or unconsciously point out another person’s weakness in our effort to help the other person. The only way to help another person is to make them feel comfortable in their own skin and their own body frame because beauty comes in all colors, sizes and shapes. It’s never too late. Let’s join hands to put an end to body shaming. Start from your own home, stop nagging your own siblings, stop making fun of that one friend who’s overweight, stop taunting someone at the gym who’s thin and is working to build muscle and just simply stop criticizing someone for something they can’t control. Lets make this world a better place to live in!


Article Credits: Zoha Imran

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor

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8 Comments
  1. Zoha Imran
    joypassiondesire 4 months ago

    The message with this post is so beautiful! Thank you for sharing! ♡

  2. Zoha Imran
    freelocute 5 months ago

    Body shaming really needs to stop! Kudos for putting in an effort to change such a thing

  3. Zoha Imran
    Angie Sim 5 months ago

    Great read! I’ve struggled with an eating disorder ever since middle school, and this piece really struck a chord! It’s also fantastic to see you writing about this issue, and bringing awareness to it. Personally, I believe this is the most important thing we can do, to make people realize they are not alone in this issue and that there are others who care enough to bring it into discussion.

    Thank you so much for sharing! Words have the power to make a difference, and I see you’re utilizing that power quite well 🙂

    xoxo
    Angie
    halfthecriteria.wordpress.com

  4. Zoha Imran
    easylife967 5 months ago

    Almost Everyone has faced it in their lives still we go on hurting others.its time we take it seriously and stop joking about it .Good u thought about writing it down.

  5. Zoha Imran
    mominaathar 5 months ago

    Body shaming is an inbuilt problem that needs to be fixed one opinion at a time. This is one of those opinions that put us on the right path.

  6. Zoha Imran
    Nauzaina khalid 5 months ago

    Thought provoking words! amazingly written.

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