Anne Hathaway and One Piece Shaming

This blog post actually comes from a comment that bodyrocker Leah MacLaughlan made, pointing out the inconsistencies between shaming celebs (especially women) for either covering up their bodies too much, or complaining about cellulite when they do strip down to a bikini. Here's her comment: onepiececomment I have talked about sweats-shaming, I’ve talked about people’s irrational hate-on for cellulite, but now people are complaining that Anne Hathaway is too covered up at the beach? SERIOUSLY? onepiececomment2 PLUS, she’s pale-skinned, she’s allowed to not want to burn, and board shorts and a rash guard shirt are made with the express purpose to protect you from the sun while at the beach. She’s not insecure, she’s not hiding anything, she’s being sun-safe people! Anne Hathaway and husband Adam Shulman taking a dip on the ocean in Miami Beach People complain even when she’s just wearing a one-piece, which is particularly annoying because one-piece bathing suits, especially ones with cool designs or cut-outs are actually really trendy right now. onepieceanne-hathaway_swimsuit [caption id="attachment_45313" align="alignnone" width="200"]cute, right? Way to go ri-ri cute, right? Way to go ri-ri[/caption] Trendy or not, that’s entirely beside the point. The point is, women just can’t seem to win – either we’re too covered up and hiding our bodies, or showing too much skin and being sluts. Can we just agree that we need to stop attacking each other and just let a fun day at the beach be devoid of nonsensical judgment? [caption id="attachment_45302" align="alignnone" width="571"]onepieceAnne No. Not LOL. Not lol at all.[/caption] Do you follow us on Instagram? [caption id="attachment_100983" align="alignnone" width="100"]snapchat code @BodyRockTV[/caption]

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