Idiotic and pathetic scraping of the barrell journalism here, dm. Honestly, can you not work out the fact that, no matter what your size is, if you're sitting down, you're going to get a bit of folds? Look at how flat and toned her stomach is when she's standing up. Any women of any size, this happens. It's natural, it's beautiful, it's a part of being human. Why try and put a woman down, who's gone through a lot? What does this imply to young girls, when they sit down and notice the little folds? That's it's "unnacceptable" because of this stupid, pathetic article. We are the reason why younger generations struggle with the way we look.Let's all take a stand against this trash, and unlike some of the online peanut gallery, I don't mean taking a stand against Britney. We need to teach our girls to be healthy and happy whatever that looks like. Belly rolls or no. Britney, according to Daily Mail, has a body to be ashamed of while Iggy is the one to emulate. But Iggy's breasts aren't real. I'm not offering that information as a criticism, just as a reality check. We cannot walk around expecting to look like people who aren't real, the way celebrities are packaged to us is not real. Personally, I'm a little grateful for this look behind the curtain. No one is perfect all the time, let celebrities off the hook. And while you're at it, let yourself off the hook. Britney looks great and I bet if you took a moment to look, so do you. Body shaming is so passé, let's celebrate real! Tell us what you think. Is Britney just rocking a fabulous but imperfect body or am I overreacting and making much ado about nothing? Is shaming Britney sending the wrong message to women?
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