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[New Post] Corset Snark Is Also Body Snark
"If you’re still in the dark, what I’m talking about it is not judging or calling someone out for: whether they wear corsets at all, their corset size, their natural waist measurement, the number of inches they compress, the shaping of their corset, how long they’ve been wearing corsets, what kind of corset they buy, how many inches they’ve shaved off their natural waist measurement, the reason (including a person) why they wear a corset, how long or how often they wear their corset, etc."

[New Post] Corset Snark Is Also Body Snark

"If you’re still in the dark, what I’m talking about it is not judging or calling someone out for: whether they wear corsets at all, their corset size, their natural waist measurement, the number of inches they compress, the shaping of their corset, how long they’ve been wearing corsets, what kind of corset they buy, how many inches they’ve shaved off their natural waist measurement, the reason (including a person) why they wear a corset, how long or how often they wear their corset, etc."

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[New Post] Corset Snark Is Also Body Snark

"Corsets are increasing in popularity and visibility and the issue of corset snark needs to be addressed from within the community as well as from an outsider perspective."

Photo Credits: 

1. © Max Johnson | Model: Nicole Simone | Corset: Pop Antique

2. © Joel Aron | Model: Allie Major | Corset: Dark Garden

3. © Jon Bean Hastings | Model: Elisa Berlin | Corset: Pop Antique

Please don’t remove the credits. 

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snoogans: "Respect for people’s bodies goes both ways. It is hypocritical to ask...

darkfortresses:

"Respect for people’s bodies goes both ways. It is hypocritical to ask people to respect and embrace your body type if you’re mocking and making fun of other people’s body types.

Women come in all shapes and sizes. We’re all beautiful. We’re all real. And it doesn’t matter if you’re a size 6 or a size 16. If you’re for body positivity, then be for body positivity…even when those bodies aren’t shaped like yours. Otherwise, you’re just singing the same old song. And I’m really not interested in hearing it again.”

Thank you for sharing!

The above excerpt is from this article - Body Image: It Doesn’t Matter What Size You Are…Stop the Body Snark

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