Wow, what a sad Baby Got Dak Shirt. I interact with 20-year-olds every day and they struggle with body issues, yes even those with so-called ideal sizes. Some of you may think her rolls are nonexistent; however, many babies will judge themselves for any perceived flaw. I like that she struggled to find the rolls because it reinforced our society’s impossible beauty standards. Don’t get mad at the model for making strides toward body acceptance, rage at society for making women feel uncomfortable in their bodies, regardless of size. No one is perfect. And it’s doubtful the model in the clip feels or thinks she’s perfect. Maybe she fits your idea of perfect because she doesn’t have rolls spilling out, but that’s your opinion and nothing more.
Baby Got Dak Shirt, Hoodie, Tank Top And V-Neck T-Shirt
Official Baby Got Dak Shirt
Everyone has something they feel insecure about Baby Got Dak Shirt. Maybe this is her baby. The baby it works is this; we all have our own ideas of what we consider perfect. I’m 4’8″ and like 80lbs. I have a five-year-old. Despite having the child and being very small (my stomach was literally a torpedo as she could only go out) I lost all the weight. I am back to my normal size. However; my stomach only appears flat and unmarked. If I turn a certain way, there are loads of stretch marks. If I bend over, I get a pouch at the front and my belly hangs down. I don’t have rolls. I couldn’t make them if I tried. But there are still imperfect areas that I am sure lots of people would be happy to have because maybe to them they aren’t flaws.
With a shirt on, it can look like I have a six pack if I try lol I promise that isn’t the case and I haven’t worn a two-piece swimsuit or exposed my stomach since before being pregnant. Meanwhile, a lot of people would be happy with what I have as their stomach. We’re all different on how we perceive ourselves and what we consider perfect or flaws. All women have rolls when they bend. The human body comes in many sizes and shapes. Fellow humans need to be more supportive, instead of breaking people down. You don’t know what someone’s life is like. Support others. Who cares if she’s skinny.