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As reported by Sunday Times, a post by Lesego “Thickleeyonce” Legobane on the body positivity movement not being for “slim bodies already accepted by society” has divided social media. and sparked a fierce debate on body shaming.
On Tuesday morning, the vlogger and activist came under scrutiny when she commented on a Twitter post by British Glamour that read: “A new trend is sweeping Instagram: ‘reality vs reality’, which aims to demonstrate that flexed, posed or relaxed, our bodies are still our bodies, and they’re perfect in any form,” above an image of a slim woman.
There were several polarizing opinions shared on the same, with some saying that skinny girls should create their own movements that address them being shamed for being skinny, as the body positivity movement is strictly for fat girls being institutionally excluded.