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Her story resonated with me. As a teen, I was deemed “lucky” by white peers for being very thin whilst simultaneously reaching an E cup by the time I was in my final year at school. “Skinny with big tits” was what they aspired to. Meanwhile I was buying protein shakes to try and gain weight in order to emulate the curvaceous women I saw in rap and R’n’B music videos. My size was a constant source of insecurity growing up. The eventual slowing of my metabolism and weight gain so many fear as they get older however, was welcomed by me with open arms. I am reminded of that time when I see the stick rapper Coi Leray continues to get for her small frame, constantly pitted against shapely peers like Cardi B and Saweetie by critics. “Get used to this lil ass cause I ain’t never gonna stop shaking it,” she said in response to body shamers last year.When women’s bodies are perceived as trends and given the same treatment as clothes, there are no winners, except dieticians and plastic surgeons. Women risked their health in corsets in the 16th century, starving themselves in the “heroin chic” era, and on the operating table in recent decades to achieve curves. They’ll do the same whenever the next thing comes in, too. For now, slimmer women are placed on a pedestal until the next body type takes over. And of course, it’s primarily women whose physiques drop on or off a “hot or not” list. Then the women who buckle and choose to align themselves with what they’re told they should look like are shamed by men for not “loving their body”—the same body that they’re told on a daily basis comes up short, and simultaneously is the only thing about them that matters.

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Her story resonated with me. As a teen, I was deemed “lucky” by white peers for being very thin whilst simultaneously reaching an E cup by the time I was in my final year at school. “Skinny with big tits” was what they aspired to. Meanwhile I was buying protein shakes to try and gain weight in order to emulate the curvaceous women I saw in rap and R’n’B music videos. My size was a constant source of insecurity growing up. The eventual slowing of my metabolism and weight gain so many fear as they get older however, was welcomed by me with open arms. I am reminded of that time when I see the stick rapper Coi Leray continues to get for her small frame, constantly pitted against shapely peers like Cardi B and Saweetie by critics. “Get used to this lil ass cause I ain’t never gonna stop shaking it,” she said in response to body shamers last year.When women’s bodies are perceived as trends and given the same treatment as clothes, there are no winners, except dieticians and plastic surgeons. Women risked their health in corsets in the 16th century, starving themselves in the “heroin chic” era, and on the operating table in recent decades to achieve curves. They’ll do the same whenever the next thing comes in, too. For now, slimmer women are placed on a pedestal until the next body type takes over. And of course, it’s primarily women whose physiques drop on or off a “hot or not” list. Then the women who buckle and choose to align themselves with what they’re told they should look like are shamed by men for not “loving their body”—the same body that they’re told on a daily basis comes up short, and simultaneously is the only thing about them that matters.

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Jennifer Aniston and her decade-defining hair are having a big day. Earlier today, the actor took to social to share a bit of behind-the-scenes footage featuring a mane of waist-skimming, long-layered blonde—and the style sent scrollers into a state of utter nostalgia. “Um, are we back in the 90’s today??” commented Gwyneth Paltrow in regard to Aniston’s pin-straight lengths. The far-reaching extensions, donned for her Allure cover shoot, called to mind Aniston’s Y2K aesthetic, teaming with the current era revival to create a viral moment. “The hair is giving season 6 Rachel Green vibes,” read another comment, citing the actor’s equally iconic Friends character. Along with the textures afforded by a wind machine and a wet-look turn, Aniston’s hair was offered a high-shine finish courtesy of LolaVie’s Lightweight Hair Oil.

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