It is all one picture 🤷♂️. I didn't make it. The point is that women will happily call men ugly but if a woman is ugly they won't call them ugly.
That's also not true.. I've seen a female user on here pussy pics of someone she claims is a friend and fat shame her and call her horrible names, yeah some friend she is
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But why exclude men in the first place?
No ones excluding men. It would just be good if men and women can have their own separate spaces to be free to discuss whatever they need to discuss
Listen @doopayo she’s right. I understand you’ve been taking too many red pills, but women aren’t trying to hurt hurt men.
That doesn't answer the question. Why would it be along gendered lines?Why would men be excluded from "all body types are beautiful"?
They aren’t excluded, if some men took the time to look for them instead of complaining about why women have a movement and you don’t. you’d find out that theirs already a movement for body positive men.
The question is why would they be separate.
@AllThatSweetJazz Ok, it is because women have a different view about their bodies and their shape. They also, feel way more comfortable discussing these rather "private matters" about their bodies to other women and would be reluctant to talk about those things in the presence of men.I don't understand why you would feel the need to try and include yourself or any man, when the result would have a negative impact on a woman's ability to work stuff out among themselves.Like @doopayo said, there is no reason that we can't just discuss these issues among ourselves and just leave them alone to be freely able to discuss their particular female related issues.
Stop. I don’t care about body positivity for men and this isn’t about spaces for women. The question is why would this concept which isn’t gendered, be turned into something gendered.
Because it is gendered? Men and women have different bodies and therefore different experiences, it’s that simple
No, the principle is about being positive about unattractive bodies, there's nothing that specifies gender in there.
That’s not what being body positive means..
Yes, it is. The core principle is about accepting people's bodies regardless of shape, size, etc. And as a movement it attempts to convince society to share that view.
Body positivity refers to the assertion that all people deserve to have a positive body image, regardless of how society and popular culture view ideal shape, size, and appearance. Some of the goals of the body positivity movement include: challenging how society views the body. promoting the acceptance of all bodies.Google is free
Yes, and did it mention gender anywhere in there? No? Uh-oh. Someone did an oppsie. lol
@AllThatSweetJazz Yeah, since you quote wrote, "That doesn't answer the question. Why would it be along gendered lines?" It's you who did the "oopsie."
@Arivor That means I'm right. It's NOT meant to be along gendered lines, but you're treating it as if it along gendered lines. She just confirmed for all to see that it's not meant to be, while just prior to take she was talking about women having their own spaces and whatnot. Keep up, champ.
@AllThatSweetJazz You know what, after checking out your other comments on other questions... You will try and argue your point by just making shit up. I did not confirm anything you said... Just pointing out that when you said "Yes, and did it mention gender anywhere in there? No? Uh-oh. Someone did an oppsie. lol" The simple fact that you did indeed say "That doesn't answer the question. Why would it be along gendered lines?" Showing that you did mention gender as "gendered lines." Since you never offered a decent description of your question to begin with. You are just making up stuff as you go to keep your argument going. I'm sure you will come up something else that you pull out off your ass to continue a now pointless discussion. Thus, I'm out of this BS thread and done with you.
@Arivor “Showing that you did mention gender as "gendered lines."”Yes, and my point was that it’s not supposed along gendered lines, in spite of her saying is. What’s not to understand here?“Since you never offered a decent description of your question to begin with.”The original question is at the top of the page dude. It’s the thing we all came here to comment on. Smh.Since you’re struggling with this, I’ll try to clarify.She showed us what she got from google, which has no gendered language in it, and that reflects that it’s not meant to be gendered by the definition. Yet, it is gendered de facto and she clearly believes that, but she mistakenly thought that it was also gendered de jure. And now that we’ve managed to identify that it’s not, it brings us to the source of the original question: The discrepancy between the definitions telling us that it’s not gendered and the people like you and her for whom it is gendered.
Sure whatever you think buddy
@doopayo Okay, so why do you think it is that men haven't had a body positivity movement yet?
They do, you just don’t look for one and instead think complaining about women having one is gonna magically give you oneamp.theguardian.com/.../no-more-mr-muscle-the-activists-raising-body-confidence-for-men
@doopayo I wasn't complaining; just observing.
COMPLETELY missed the point...
Completely missed the point. I fucking hate Lizzo with a passion also.
There's no point
The point is that body positivity only includes women and not men.