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Body Shaming and Fat Shaming are two different types of body shaming.
Fat shaming occurs when people are evaluated poorly based on their physical appearance. Body shaming is another term used to describe it. If men and women are overweight or do not have the standard slender and attractive physical look, they are fat shamed. Fat shaming, according to researchers, isn’t the only type of negative body judgment. Thin shaming is also a problem for certain people. Thin shaming, on the other hand, is less common than fat shaming.
Body shaming, often known as fat shaming, is a type of body shaming
Body shaming is defined as demeaning someone because of their body type, according to the Oxford English Dictionary. It’s carried out by making disparaging or ridiculing remarks about a person’s size and shape. The majority of people believe that body shaming and fat shaming are new phenomena. Psychologists and academicians, on the other hand, argue that it has long been a problem in modern society. They do agree, however, that the internet and social media have exacerbated the problem.
The internet and social media’s role in fat shaming
Body shamers now have an easy forum to insult and condemn their victims’ weight and looks thanks to the internet and social media platforms. Bullies develop confidence by being able to make nasty statements without having to face their victims. There’s also the matter of keyboard bravery. Being behind the keyboard and the element of anonymity allows individuals the confidence to speak without fear of repercussions, which is known as keyboard courage. They believe that their opinions will have no ramifications, so they can make comments about celebrities.
Body or fat shaming statistics
According to statistics, over 94 percent of young girls have been subjected to body shaming at some point in their lives. This does not, however, imply that only women are subjected to fat shaming. Teenage boys and men are also affected. According to studies, approximately 65 percent of teenage guys have been fat shamed.
According to recent research, body-shaming statements can have long-term physical and mental effects on the people who hear them. According to one study, those who have a negative body image as a result of fat shaming are more likely to develop heart and metabolic disorders. However, the number of people who can participate in this study is limited. According to the Huffington Post, the findings of the study, which looked at overweight women, were published in the medical journal Obesity.
Its findings showed that women who were body-shamed had a poor opinion of their weight and were more likely to acquire diabetes, heart disease, and stroke. When compared to women of similar weight who have not been subjected to body shaming, this is a significant difference.
In summary, the study found that internalizing body shame and weight bias can have a harmful influence on one’s health. Fat shaming, according to mental health doctors, can lead to serious physical and mental health problems. Obesity, on the other hand, comes with a slew of health hazards. Regardless, the negative consequences of body shaming can be just as harmful as the health problems linked with obesity. As a result, it is a sort of bullying that is not acceptable.
Why do some people feel compelled to shame others’ bodies?
We live in an image-heavy online and offline environment, according to scholarly studies of the media and its impact on body image. Furthermore, technology has heightened the emphasis on looks and created a culture in which being skinny is seen as a desirable trait. This culture is promoted through movies, music videos, and print advertisements.
In the past, the culture was the polar opposite. Obesity was regarded as a sign of good health, prosperity, and social standing. It was considered that if a person was overweight, they had enough money to buy good food and eat well. Food, on the other hand, is today a more accessible commodity in industrialized countries. As a result, purchasing delicious meals is not seen as a sign of riches or prestige. Being skinny, on the other hand, denotes affluence and status because it indicates that you can buy gym equipment and membership.
Body-shaming prevention tips
Parenting and upbringing can go a long way toward addressing this cultural problem. Parents can assist their children by: • focusing on their inner self-worth rather than their physical features, size, or shape; • encouraging a healthy lifestyle without focusing solely on weight and physical beauty; and • monitoring their children’s social media usage and activities on their accounts.
• Taking action in the face of bullying and body shaming • Refusing to allow their children to become bullies or participate in body shaming activities • Encouraging their teenagers to adopt realistic and inspiring heroes and role models This can be accomplished by assisting them in comprehending the numerous health-related causes why people struggle with their weight. As a result, it would be inhumane to shame those who have little to no control over their weight.
Huffingtonpost.com, CNN.com, and Vice.com were used as sources.