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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by cannonz, Sep 27, 2013.
At one point in the show I really thought she was pregnant, but she never seemed to get un-pregnant.
I'm sorry you can't see it, but you are absolutely fat shaming her.
Do you consider that a bad title or a brilliant title? I really liked the show and thought the title was perfect.
You can try and turn this around on me, but you were making a character judgement about a young girl based on the clothing she was wearing.
I don't think there's anything wrong with this actress having gained weight. I only made a false assumption about why she had.
I'm not turning anything around. I'm applying what I learned. While I admit that I think the outfit she was wearing was inappropriate (in poor terms) I should not have said she was coming off as white trash. That was wrong. I own that 100%. I should not have said anything at all.
Would you want a woman seeing what you quoted about her, and what you added to that quote? I don't think so. It's unnecessary and judgmental. Been there, done that. Won't do it again.
For the record, the outfit below is what I was saying was inappropriate. I stand by it. It wasn't for a role. It was for a night out on the town. Some people don't like Crocs. I don't like those style of shorts.
Yes, I made an incorrect assumption, and I probably would not want her to read it, no, but there is no judgement about her in my statement.
The embarrassed face emoji is a judgement about ME because I automatically assumed that she was pregnant, when in real life I would never assume that about someone who has gained weight. If she wasn't an actress, I would not think twice about it. The unfortunate reality is that in Hollywood, it's unusual for an actress to gain a noticeable amount of weight outside of pregnancy.
Anyway, the original title was a terrible title for the show.