I believe body shaming is something faced by almost every woman in the world. 'You are too fat, you are too skinny or you are too muscular, why did you wear so short clothes?' are basically those words that a woman gets to hear at one or the other point in her life. But one thing that I always wonder is why are people so concerned about women's bodies? I mean, don't they have their businesses to mind?
Even living in the modern society, people constantly try to body shame women. And not only we as common women are targeted but many of our TV actresses and B-town celebrities have also been body-shamed for their clothes, figure and fashion sense.
Well, this time, famous personalities including TV actresses have decided to take a stand against body-shaming and have joined a campaign to deliver a strong message to the society.
Here's what these women are doing to fight against body-shaming and to give an answer to the immoral mentality.
According to a few judgemental people, a woman's attire is held responsible for her safety in the country. Their clothes are thought to play a major role in a mishap that happens to them.
This campaign includes well-known personalities from different fields like -movies, TV, sports etc.
The campaign seeks to change the immoral thinking of the people who judge a woman by her clothes.
The campaign requires women to hold razors in their hand (as a middle finger).
The razor asks people to shave their unscrupulous opinions about women and the choice of dress they wear.
She posted a picture on her Instagram handle and wrote, "Remember, when you judge a woman by her appearance, it doesn't define her, it defines you. Let nothing and nobody dull your sparkle. So to those who judge us, Go #ShaveYourOpinion".
She also appeals people to change their perception about women's clothes.
They better go and shave off their opinion and thinking because Gutta Jwala is not gonna spare them.
So, to all those people, if you have a problem with a woman's dressing sense, it's your problem. And you need to #ShaveYourOpinion badly.
What do you think- Will this campaign prove helpful in changing minds of people?