So I just saw a viral video about female YouTubers talking about body shaming 'my body, my choice' and found out that it's NOT allowed to comment in any way, shape or form on a woman's body. "Nobody has the right to comment on a woman's body" because apparently that is defined as 'body shaming'. It's insane. I cannot say that I think hairy legs or armpits look unattractive on a woman. I cannot say that I think a woman who is overweight looks unattractive. No, I am simply a disgusting body shamer for expressing my own aesthetic tastes and preferences. It's so cringy. 'Reeeeeeeeeeeeeeee women can do whatever they want with their own body, shut up with your toxic opinion reeeeeeeeeeee'. Uh yeah they can? Me expressing my opinion has absolutely nothing to do with dictating someone how to live their own life. I am a woman myself so it makes no sense to be "shaming" my own gender. How does that even make sense to give a stranger's opinion the power to control one's own life? Oh no, watch out for people who tell you the earth is flat, you will get scared to fall off the earth with their opinion-superpowers! We must censor them!! If I tell someone their nose looks funny, I am responsible for them getting nose surgery? Because we have an innate sense of beauty which is reflected in society's beauty standards, attractive people's existence is to blame for someone's plastic surgeries or eating disorders? What? It's not my fault people are so fragile and have damaged self esteem to define themselves by other's opinions. Every woman has to kiss another woman's ass nowadays because otherwise they are 'disrespecting whamen >:3' and shaming. I cannot criticize someone's looks/behavior/actions if they are women, because unga bunga, that just automatically means I'm being anti-woman. 'You think period blood is gross? Omg, you misogynist!!!' I feel so bad for men these days how they have to be forced to be 'simping' and white knighting just to not be labelled as sexist and misogynistic. I am half Italian and when I see people put pineapple on their pizza, I find it gross. I have said many times, I think it's gross to eat pineapple on pizza. That's my opinion. Yet I have never ever been accused of pizza-shaming anybody. I have never been accused of dictating someone what they should and shouldn't eat on their pizza. I mean, it would only seem logical that I have a right to express my opinion freely. It would only seem logical that my opinion, thoughts in my own head, don't affect anybody else's life and choices and opinions. It would only seem logical that nobody defines their self-worth by some stupid ass food item that happens to be disliked by a random person. It would only seem logical that someone who likes to put pineapple on their pizza doesn't give a single damn about someone else thinking it's gross. Because news flash: everyone can BY LAW do whatever THEY want and anybody can think whatever THEY want. But nono, not when it's about women. Poor women are oppressed by the mere existence of an opinion. Any sort of critical opinion about a woman is considered toxic and sexist. It's absolutely normal and natural to reflect on one's environment and express one's own perspective on something. Disapproving of or critizing something with logical and rational arguments has NOTHING to do with shaming. Freedom of expression is recognized as a human right, please look it up. Everyone is entitled to their opinion. Nobody has the right to tell another person they can't express themselves, as long as they don't harm anyone. And no, someone's damaged self-esteem is their responsibility, not mine. I've even defended someone here once who was labelled misogynistic by a majority of people for no reason. It was just feminazis and white knights ganging up on someone because.. reasons? But whatever, this post will probably get deleted for being "sexist". Go me for shaming my own gender then.