Emily Ratajkowski wants us all to know — again! – that her body, as she emphasizes, does not come from training. On Sunday, Ratajkowski Posted an Instagram video of her Halloween costume, which included bottomless chaps and a crop top. When Halsey commented “What’s the routine,” the model simply answered, “Eat well! don’t skip meals! happy girl 😊😂”
Ratajkowski’s answer, while not entirely believable, is hardly surprising. For years, she firmly refused to go to the gym or do anything other than take long walks in nature. “I don’t have a trainer and I don’t really go to the gym. I go for long walks and hikes with my girlfriends,” Ratajkowski said said the New York Times in 2015. “That’s all. I’m just not a crazy fitness person. I’m definitely an outlier in the industry.”
Last November, Ratajkowski seemed to pat herself on the back for very bravely posting a photo of her stunning Thanos-like abs that she labeled“(almost didn’t post that knowing the controversy it would cause, but hey, it’s my body and I won’t lean in the shame! God bless!)” The implied implication was that she expected, being “skinny ashamed” (lol) for making the post when they’re actually proud fat celebrities shamed and pushed into oblivion for posting photos of their bodies.
To be clear, I really respect that Ratajkowski doesn’t want to glamorize the fitness slash grind culture, because God knows we need that, and we certainly need more influential celebrities to explain the meaning of “don’t.” skipping meals.” But I don’t know if it helps to pretend that her extreme abs just happen in nature, without a trainer or extensive fitness regime, or if it helps to just pretend that all the wellness resources, that are exclusively available to ultra-rich celebrity models, simply dressed does not exist. Because they do! And speaking openly about this reality would likely further help reduce the toxicity of how we talk about weight and the body Not to be open about it.
That said, I don’t think celebrities or anyone else should be constantly talking about their bodies or answering repeated questions about their bodies if they don’t want to. And some how Jonah Hill and Rebel Wilsonhave made it absolutely clear Not Want questions or even compliments on their numbers. Like me previously written For Jezebel, even getting a celebrity — or anyone — “complimenting” their weight loss or thinness can have the same effect as body shaming. It seems best to take a side from Hill and Wilson and just… not make any intrusive, physical comments at all.
in the recent interviews, Ratajkowski said she wants her famously conventionally perfect body to take up less of the discourse as she moves on to projects like her podcast and continues to promote her best-selling memoirs. But how she talks about her body still matters, and insisting that her looks are ~everything doesn’t help the ever-evolving discussion of bodies and looks of course~.
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