Empowering women of non-Barbie proportions to feel good about themselves, the movement has attacked impossible beauty ideals that confront us in advertising, branding and beyond, criticising everything from the thigh gap trend to green juice cleanses. But as we move away from the skinny goals of the mids and embrace different shapes and sizes, one group of campaigners has taken things a step too far. Whether we want to gorge on 3kg of chocolate, drink until we vomit in the bathtub or line our lungs with carcinogenic tar, informed adults are free to make their own choices. If you don't have the body for it, then why wear a tiny midriff t-shirt that accentuates your bulbous lard sack? Threads collapsed expanded unthreaded. Is it part of that whole "acceptance" thing? But, apart from the insight that the social media universe can be both rude and negative something most of us already knowwhat does this mean for us physicians?
No one knows how much I am hating myself right now.
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I know it's the trendy thing to go around dressed like Britney Spears because you're all mindless media drones with no opinions or personalities. Where is my academy award? Its success has led to a series of positive changes, including the decision to ban the use of rail-thin models in several European countries. Look, I am sympathetic to the argument that most physicians find social media a waste of time; I tend to agree with this if a doctor engages in social media without a mission, and without some basic understanding of what social media can and cannot do to support their mission. If you don't have the body for it, then why wear a tiny midriff t-shirt that accentuates your bulbous lard sack? Who was this dark passenger inside my head?