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I just believe that anorexia and bulimia should be treated as psychological illnesses. When people keep focusing on perfectly healthy girls who happen to be skinny because of their genes or just well balanced health regimen, the girls who are not necessarily slim are being ignored whilst they suffer from purging because they are obsessed with their body image. It may be your opinion but you're perpetuating the stereotype and not providing anything productive to the discussion.
+Marina M. anorexia is a mental illness, skinny people aren't all anorexic. May i also add that Zendaya is extremely tall meaning she has long limns making her look skinny. Think about what you fucking say because it's ignorant.
I am not saying she is ill, so don't go all crazy on me. She just looks unnatural for her own body. I don't want any more arguments from you, I came here to express my opinion and I expect not to be bullied for that.
+Marina M. OK imma stop you right there. opinions such as yours perpetuate the problem. based on your comment, you feel the need to associate her with a mental disorder just because of her appearance when you don't even know if she really suffers from it. all my life i've been skinny af and i eat well most of the time. COUNTLESS people have told me "omg you're so skinny, are you anorexic?" or "omg you look anorexic eat a fucking burger" but if i was really anorexic DO YOU THINK THAT WOULD AUTOMATICALLY MAKE ME CHANGE??
I have never experienced anorexia (and hope i never do) but i think just from studying it you can realize that it takes a huge toll on the person in suffering so a simple dismissive suggestion won't change shit, mentally.
Ok sorry i come off as rude but if you actually had a true conscience or respectful regard for others, you wouldn't be saying all this nonsense.
next time you see a skinny person rather than assuming they are physically ill, why don't you treat them like you would want to be treated and don't butt into their personal business.
If you were really trying to help someone in real life, you would think twice about how you comment on their appearance.
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