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Skinny-shaming, 'thin privilege' and the deliberate mockery of mental illness
First posted March 04, Except, of course, in the real world, this isn't true at all. It's a stance so popular it has even coined its own catchphrase — skinny-shaming's sister in feminist linguistics, 'thin privilege'. We also need to talk about the impact glamorised images of the super skinny have on the women and men who consume them. Paying tribute to the survivors of Black Saturday photos Analysis: And it isn't true for women like Anna Oudrawhose tiny size is the result of a genetic condition called Marfan's syndrome.