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Urban Outfitters "Eat Less" Shirt

Grab Bag! Urban Outfitters Wants You to Eat Less


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That shirt is ugly and offensive. As someone who fully recovered from an eating disorder - I can't imagine wearing such a thing. I'm all for promoting healthy eating, but nothing about that message is healthy or contributes to society in a positive way. I can't imagie wearing a shirt like that and NOT starving myself. It would be a constant reminder of how much weight society puts on... well, weight... Which is downright ridiculous considering how attractive curves are! Even as a small person, I take offense to this. No one enjoys spending time with people who are constantly complaining about their weight. Why would anyone label themselves as such a person is beyond me. I acknowledge that I am quick to criticize anything that I believe contributes to people's poor body image, but seriously? I hope that isn't for real.
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