Sarah Michelle Gellar caused a small controversy on Instagram by posting skinny photos and declaring that she will not "overeat" on Thanksgiving.
The fans are not angry, just disappointed, with Sarah Michelle GellarIn the Instagram post about what this Thanksgiving is doing. the Buffy star shared some photos of sexy portraits of herself in lingerie, and subtitled the set: "I'm just going to put them in my house as a reminder not to overeat on Thursday #thanksgivingprep." It's not the sparse underwear that made some fans feel bad. Apparently, he was embarrassed about not eating, which is problematic in itself, and especially because of the terrible culture of the diet that blames the food the women eat and the amount they eat.
The fans loved the great photos (they are very nice), but they added to the comments about the slightly problematic messages. "Some people are so conditioned to accept the diet culture, that they can not see it when it's right in front of their face," one fan commented. Another fan wrote: "Hey, @sarahmgellar, I love you, but this message (especially for the vulnerable girls) is crap What about someone who can do both? What about considering your messages through shame body / addition to the fucking culture filter before posting? His body is beautiful, but so are everyone: fat, fat, the curves need to get up, no more demonizing. "
"The physical state is great, not seeing what is communicated here, but if you're … great," wrote another fan. And one more said: "Is that where you put your courage? In the size of your thighs? Or your protruding bones in the hip? Nothing positive comes from this post. Only narcissism and the theory of bulls *** that women must be thin to be acceptable, you must eliminate this publication, immediately not follow me. " Ouch!
Some fans defended Sarah, arguing that she was simply promoting moderate eating, which is perfectly healthy. "Choosing not to overeat or overdo it is not an unhealthy mentality, live your life and they can live theirs, you are not responsible for them and they project their problems to you." None of what you wrote in the title is psychologically healthy, "a fan wrote to Sarah.