Twitter Fires Back At People Thinking Women Over 130 lbs Shouldn't Wear Crop Tops And Shorts • MetDaan

Twitter Fires Back At People Thinking Women Over 130 lbs Shouldn’t Wear Crop Tops And Shorts

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Body shaming is still an issue of endless discussion. No matter how much we are against it, some people will be the first to support it. However, there is more and more awareness among people, who try to protect themselves in the most various ways. This girl takes it to Twitter to convince other girls to wear what they want no matter their weight. Luckily, there are so many ladies out there who share her opinion. They too use the social media to express their opinion and they get tons of support. Most recently, some Twitter users found it ugly for women over 130lbs to wear crop tops and shorts. And women had the most interesting fightback.

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Some people truly believe that women can only wear certain articles of clothing if they weigh under 130 lbs.

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And thankfully, people are not deciding to clap back at this.

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Kaylie, for example, posted a photo of herself in response to a tweet and said, “I weigh 133, and I will proudly wear my crop top! :)”

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Source: Twitter | @WADDUPitsKK

A good smiley face emoticon after a clapback just adds to the situation.

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Kaylie was not the only one who decided to post a photo of herself looking beautiful in crop tops and shorts.

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Source: Twitter | @creepygrrl

Lara posted photos of her wearing crop tops too. She wrote: “sorry can’t hear you over my 60kg of cute.”

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Source: Twitter | @creepygrrl

The world has indeed gone crazy. Every body is different, and a number of factors contribute to people’s weight. It’s absolutely your choice to wear whatever you like.

Rayne was also not here for the body shaming and said what everybody’s been thinking, “ok but how bout I do what I want.”

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Source: Twitter | @raynquility

Alyssa posted a photo of herself looking top in a gorgeous white lace crop top and shorts with the caption: “mad?”

Okay, I’m seriously loving her top!

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Source: Twitter | @asianphangirl

If you try to body shame, the internet will fight back at you.

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We need to put an end to body shaming!

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Source: Twitter | @RelatableQuote

One woman posted a series of selfies wearing a crop top even though she weighed more than 130 lbs. Tenika had the right response. She explained how ridiculous that is.

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Source: Twitter | @ttenikamariee

Let’s applaud these women for wearing what they like to wear!

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Source: Twitter | @jellyjamming

Chloe wrote that she weighs 138 pounds, but she looks like fire in crop tops and shorts. You go girl!

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This is just another proof that women will not be held down by other people’s opinions.

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Source: Twitter | @ThePantalooon

Sometimes, there’s this idea that you should hide away your body because it might offend someone else. How can the human body be offensive?

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Source: Twitter | @recklessinblack

These women shouldn’t be punished for being confident.

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Source: Twitter | @recklessinblack

Let’s praise these women.

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Source: Twitter | @Asami_Yamazaki

They are letting everyone know that it’s okay to stand up for yourself!

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Don’t let your weight or body type determine what you can and can’t wear.

Girl power!

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