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Health Woman Has Perfect Response For Men Who Comment On Your Weight

21:22  02 december  2017
21:22  02 december  2017 Source:   huffingtonpost.co.uk

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A model has issued a rallying call telling women not to accept people commenting on their size “My advice to a woman who finds herself in a similar situation is to tell that person they are not So what I did was take that shame and turn it around. Shame belongs on this man for saying what he said.”

imogen_ker/Instagram imogen_ker/Instagram A model has issued a rallying call telling women not to accept people commenting on their weight, saying: “our bodies are no longer ‘fair game’ for comments and opinions.”

Imogen Ker, from Los Angeles, was inspired to write the empowering Instagram post after a male friend suggested she “would be perfect if it wasn’t for her body”.

Following the incident, Imogen told all women they have a right to be angry after receiving such comments and should not allow body-shaming to make them feel inferior.

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