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She explained to me, in no uncertain terms, why the other editors passed on my skinny shaming idea. I would’ve been mercilessly dragged and insulted in the comments, because if the editor’s first responses are jealous and unsympathetic, that’s exactly what they’ll encourage in the readers.
I still remember the note that I sent her asking the ages of all the staff.
The need to judge my body type because I’ll never be fat. ’ Then, what exactly were they doing if they’re allowed to tell a grown woman to eat something (HINT: eating a lot doesn’t put weight on skinny girls, you fools! I have a lifetime of experience with this and would’ve liked to write an essay about how frustrating it is to be skinny shamed because we’re now a culture that shames fat shamers. She told me it was a great look from the other side of an issue. I quickly became a subscriber although I was nearing the end of my teens when it first appeared.
Check out these quotes: “If I saw her walking down the street I’d shove a couple cheesesteaks in her hands.” “And yes, she could use a bacon double cheeseburger at least twice a month :)” “No Kellie. She’s just too damned scrawny.” These are actual comments from folks on Facebook after George Clooney got married. The first editor I pitched it to was Mandy Stadtmiller. She pitched it to her editors and said she’d get back to me that same day. None of the senior editors were interested in the idea. I was a journalism fan already and this young editor through her thought-provoking choices and edgier staff seemed to be speaking directly to me.
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