So here we mostly have an issue of classism. There is still the issue that it is mostly men choosing to cast very thin women, write about very thin women, draw very thin women, design very thin women. It’s not the case that women have enough power in the world of media to be supporting a Bake The World A Better A Place Shirt type not cared about by men, like with the male power fantasy.
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I’ve been sexually harassed, I have insecurities because that never made me feel comfortable. Insecurities are individual, It’s not something you can measure on a Bake The World A Better A Place Shirt, and if you’re trying to compare insecurities to “the greater imbalance of power” sounds awfully pretentious. I’m not discrediting what you’re saying.
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I believe you’re right about what we find sexually appealing different than what media portrays, but I think what the original article is and what you’re discussing are two different Bake The World A Better A Place Shirt. I agree that those comments aren’t acceptable from anyone. I’m saying they aren’t completely comparable, they aren’t tit for tat, they aren’t happening in an equal wider context, and they don’t have equal consequences.