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Conservative author, talk show host, and political commentator Candace Owens have recently directed her focus toward the hip-hop industry, particularly aiming at the appearance of popular artist Lizzo. Owens’ comments on Lizzo have caused a stir on social media, generating a heated discussion around the controversial statements she made.
In a recent tweet, Owens criticized the comments made by some women who praised Lizzo’s body, stating that “only women could be emotionally manipulated into supporting their own eradication via support for ‘trans men” and that “only women could be fooled into supporting a death cult of ‘fat acceptance.'” Owens continued her criticism of Lizzo’s appearance, stating that “today’s cultural battles prove that women are more irrational and emotional than men.”
“If you peep comments on any of Lizzo’s “fat acceptance” photos, you will undoubtedly find a score of batshit insane women telling her that she looks beautiful.”
“Men do not lie to other men in this way. They do not pretend that clinical obesity is beauty.”
Owens’ comments have drawn strong reactions from both Lizzo’s fans and critics. While some have praised her for speaking out against the normalization of obesity, others have accused her of body shaming and perpetuating harmful stereotypes about women’s bodies. Many have pointed out that beauty standards are subjective and that it is wrong to shame someone for their appearance, regardless of their size.
One of Lizzo’s supporters tweeted, “It seems to me that you are the one who wants attention for your internalized sexism. Lizzo is a brilliant, funny, talented woman with a vast audience of people who admire and appreciate her. She is comfortable with who she is. I suspect you are not.” This response highlights the passion and loyalty that Lizzo’s fans have for her and the message of body positivity that she promotes.
Lizzo, a successful and talented artist, has become a prominent figure in the body positivity movement, promoting self-love and acceptance for people of all sizes. She has faced criticism from some who argue that her message promotes an unhealthy lifestyle and that she is setting a bad example for young girls. However, Lizzo has consistently maintained that her focus is on promoting self-confidence and body acceptance, rather than promoting any particular body type.
Critics of Owens have pointed out that her comments are not only harmful but also hypocritical, given that she has previously spoken out against body shaming and the pressure women face to conform to narrow beauty standards. They argue that her recent criticism of Lizzo’s body positivity movement is based more on political ideology than on genuine concern for women’s health.
Owens continued her tweets in another message where she wrote:: “LOL to everyone telling me that Lizzo is allowed to be naked in public but the public is not allowed to comment on her body.”
“Gaslight someone else. You don’t get to do outlandish things and then be offended when people comment on your outlandishness. She wants attention.”
The debate around body positivity and the normalization of obesity is a complex issue that has been ongoing for some time. While some argue that promoting body acceptance regardless of size is important for mental health and self-esteem, others argue that normalizing obesity can lead to serious health consequences and should not be encouraged. However, it is important to remember that body shaming and bullying are never acceptable and that everyone should be allowed to feel confident and beautiful in their own skin.
In the end, the debate over Lizzo’s body positivity movement and Candace Owens’ criticism of it highlights the importance of respecting everyone’s right to their own opinions and beliefs. While it is important to have conversations about health and wellness, it is equally important to do so in a respectful and constructive manner. As a society, we should strive to promote self-confidence and self-love, rather than tearing each other down based on our appearances.
Owens has caused quite a stir on social media with her recent comments about Lizzo’s appearance. However, she’s not the only one facing criticism for her body on social media. Rapper Coi Leray is also facing backlash for being “too skinny.”
Coi Leray replied to the backlash by tweeting: “People be like you need to eat. Only thing I’m eating is this mother f*cking hit. Actually…I’m ready to eat another one…ready for more music?”
But the reality is that someone’s beauty is not determined by someone else’s opinion. Whether you’re fat, skinny, or any other body type, beauty is subjective. It’s not Lizzo’s overweight body that’s making women feel empowered to love themselves – it’s the fact that she’s unapologetically herself and promotes self-love and body positivity.
The issue of body shaming and unrealistic beauty standards isn’t limited to social media. It’s a pervasive problem in our culture, perpetuated by the media, fashion industry, and even healthcare professionals. And it’s not just women who are affected – men also face unrealistic expectations about their bodies.
At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter what someone looks like. Beauty comes in all shapes and sizes, and it’s up to each individual to define what beauty means to them. So let’s celebrate our differences and focus on promoting self-love and body positivity, rather than tearing each other down based on unrealistic beauty standards.
Two weeks ago Lizzo has announced the launch of her new clothing line, Yitty, which is designed to empower individuals to feel comfortable and confident in their own skin. In an Instagram post, the Grammy award-winning artist shared that she had been inspired by individuals who craft their own garments to wrap or tuck their bodies and those who prefer to present their bodies in a fluid manner depending on their mood or clothing style.
“I called my team at Yitty and they immediately jumped to action,” Lizzo continued. “It took 2 years of extensive wear testing, community feedback, and attention to detail. I’m excited to say we have a great product that promises to grow and expand with your needs.”
The new clothing line is already receiving positive feedback, particularly from the non-binary, trans, and gender-fluid communities. Lizzo has encouraged individuals to share their feedback on the new line, stating that it is “not only valuable but a necessity to us. Because we do this for you. Every Damn Body.”
Yitty is set to offer a wide range of sizes, and Lizzo has expressed her hope that the clothing line will help individuals feel more comfortable in their own skin. “I wanna make sure that this is accessible to everybody,” she said. “I wanna make sure that everybody that wants to rock a Yitty can rock a Yitty.”
Fans of Lizzo and those interested in the new clothing line can stay updated by following her on Instagram and Yitty’s social media channels.
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