78. Safe Boundaries, page posted 8/12/13

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Safe Boundaries — Page 4
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daisy gettin on abbey’s bed like she owns the place

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Comment ID #256346

I wish people would stop going on about Daisy’s weight - yeah she’s chubbier than the other girls and there is nothing wrong with that. Not every teenage girl automatically becomes a busty hourglass shape - and besides I think she’s cute! There’s more than one kind of beauty guys!
Abbey and Daisy are my favourite couple - they both have flaws but they support each other and do what a couple SHOULD do - make each other happy.

Ramona August 12, 2013, 1:05 PM EST.

Comment ID #256347

Caaaaan you feel, the loooooove tonight?! ;)

Blaze August 12, 2013, 1:07 PM EST.

Comment ID #256374

This is why women can’t have body peace. Society is really hard on women because they objectify them. It doesn’t matter that daisy has been the most morally grounded character thus far. She’s a great person, but all of you are pointing out the flaws of her body. She’s a fictional girl character! Seriously? I can’t imagine what you would say about real girls. Being healthy is important, but healthy is different for everyone.

Speaking as a girl who is short and super curvy and hourglass, my normal is different from everyone else. And it’s really hard to stay “skinny” in the way that other people think looks good on me because I’m so short. What they don’t know is that a loss or gain of four pounds looks like my weight changed by ten. Two pounds is about the amount you fluctuate with daily so you can imagine the problem. :/

My point here is that you need to stop treating women like objects and start treating them like people. They aren’t only there for your viewing pleasure so that you can ogle them all day. >:C

I_Love_Lucy August 12, 2013, 2:16 PM EST.

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