Did you ever stop and consider how frequently we are advised to change our appearance? Magazines continually offer tips about how to get in shape "in days," seem slimmer "right away," and cover up our "defects"… without really knowing anything about us, considerably less our appearance. This is what considered body shaming. It is an indirect criticism of one's appearance.
We live in a society that is fixated on everything, say fat is awful, dim is appalling, slender is debilitated, dark is ugly. These "To an extreme" and "Not Enough" and "Wish I had" demeanors are something that we develop about our bodies every single day. We make ourselves obsessed if our own bodies. The majority of us are potential casualties of "body shaming" particularly by means of web-based life. Not only social media but also the people around us create such insecurities. This indirectly leads to harassment either to yourself or others by your words.
Body shaming has become an issue for the two sexual orientations. It's not only girls but even guys are being body-shamed either by themselves or by someone else. Individuals take their very own weaknesses and point them at others to make themselves rest easy thinking about their own bodies. Even though body-shaming is normal in any of the genders, women are mostly affected by this sort of criticism. But, we have to remember that everyone is born with their own specialty and they have no choice in choosing their body. Before I go further, I would like to ask, "Is there any definition for Perfect Body?". If not, then why everyone goes crazy for getting into some fictitious say of perfect body and try to get that. In the event that somebody is healthy, at that point it ought not to make any difference what they resemble anybody yet their own. Until everybody understands that, body shaming will keep on being an issue. Body shaming is an issue that won't be settled except if everybody figures out how to acknowledge their own body, and until magazines quite sustaining this fantasy of perfect body.
Let us try to say no to body shaming. Instead of taunting on one's shape, be motivated, supportive and appreciated. Love your own bodies in spite of its size. We should attempt to become hopelessly enamored with ourselves and you always remember that you are unique and best you can always be like.