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Lizzo on double standards in body shaming: ‘We don’t talk about your d–k dimension!’

Lizzo is — as soon as once more — defending her proper to simply be herself, calling out males who don’t have any downside body shaming girls for his or her bodily imperfections whereas by no means being referred to as to the carpet for theirs.

Throughout an interview with Brazil’s TV Folha, the “Fact Hurts” songstress disregarded questions about not being “conventionally stunning,” and as an alternative addressed what she believes to be the basis of the issue: double standards.

Lizzo enjoying a day at the beach in Rio de Janerio, Brazil.
Lizzo having fun with a day on the seashore in Rio de Janerio, Brazil.DESI / BACKGRID

“I believe that girls are at all times going to be criticized for present in their our bodies,” Lizzo instructed the interviewer, “and I don’t assume I’m any completely different than any of the opposite nice girls who’ve come earlier than me that needed to actually be politicized simply to be sexual…you realize what I imply? [Just to] exist.”

She continued, “Issues that had been stunning on them had been referred to as flaws, they usually continued towards that, fought towards that, and now I’m in a position to do what I do due to these nice girls. They usually all look utterly completely different, they don’t all look the identical, they usually all needed to cope with the identical form of marginalization and misogyny.

“So, what does that let you know about the oppressor? What does that let you know about males? Get it collectively, we don’t talk about your d—okay sizes, will we? Like, ‘that’s not a standard d—okay dimension, it’s too small.’ We nonetheless let ya’ll asses run all around the goddamn place.”

Whereas spending some down time in the South American nation, the Grammy-winner rocked a tiny purple bikini whereas laughing and consuming along with her girlfriends beachside.

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