Alright, I’m on the fence with this one and thought maybe we could discuss.
Michael Buble is making headlines because he posted the following pic to Instagram:
Of course, Huffington Post picked up the story and noted that Buble has been trolled by angry users accusing the crooner of body shaming this unidentified woman and her itty bitty shorts.
Maybe I’m just overly protective because he’s Canadian and I look out for my own (yes, even you Avril/Chad/Biebs), but I’m not entirely convinced this is body shaming. If Buble had hashtagged his photo something overtly negative instead of #beautifulbum, then I’d be the first person slapping his hand.
What do y’all think? Are we too insecure/sensitive/hyperaware of the body positive movement that we look for any reason to jump all over someone?
Kudos to this woman, though. I’m particularly insecure of my booty and WISH I had her derriere.
Is her clothing choice influenced by her culture/environment? Miami, like the rest of Florida, generally exposes more skin than say, Ohio. Obviously this woman felt comfortable going out in public in her short shorts and flaunts what she’s got. Is it any different than someone posting a sexy pic of themselves in revealing clothes on Instagram? Or is the problem here that someone ELSE posted a booty pic for her?
TORN LIKE A WELL WORN PAIR OF DAISY DUKES!