If you’ve ever seen the movie Kick-Ass, you likely remember Chloe Moretz running around with nunchucks as Hit-Girl. That was when she was a kid. Now she’s grown up and moved onto bigger things, like campaigning for Hillary and pussy-hatting it up at the Women’s March. She’s become a vocal advocate for all things wimpy and liberal, but that didn’t stop her comrades from turning on her when the opportunity arose. Apparently the left’s newest whinefest comes after Chloe’s new movie committed the sin of body shaming…
Chloe Grace Moretz is apologizing after promotional material released for her upcoming animated film was accused of body shaming women.
The 20-year-old actress says she has talked to producers for the film about the marketing choices, including [the] billboard that appeared last week at the Cannes Film Festival.
Social media users criticized the ad on Wednesday, prompting Moretz to apologize and say she stands behind the film’s script, which she says tells a powerful message toyoung women.
This Chloe Moretz cartoon also seems, uh, questionable pic.twitter.com/93ieRc9JnQ
— Kyle Buchanan (@kylebuchanan) May 25, 2017
It didn’t take long before our favorite landwhale – and arbiter of all things “body positivity” – chimed in on the mess, in the most predictable fashion of course…
— Tess Holliday 🥀 (@Tess_Holliday) May 30, 2017
So, this has actually been approved as appropriate for an animation movie? Snow White wears red shoes to make her "beautiful"- pic.twitter.com/hievcXuAkR
— Rose (@RoisinDoherty_) May 31, 2017
IF THE INTENT IS TO MAKE HER LOOK LESS APPEALING, THEN MAKING HER WIDER AND SHORTER IS BODY SHAMING.
— Bethany:-) (@lycialover) June 1, 2017
Firstly, feminists, being stubby and of wide girth is less appealing than being fit, healthy, and able to walk up a flight of stairs without getting winded. Sorry if you can’t relate. Feel free to air your grievances to Mother Nature, not us. Also, stop shaming people for being more attracted to beautiful people than sebaceous biggums.
By the way, for people who claim to hate shame so much, there sure is a lot shaming going on here…
It’s undeniable that there’s a vast difference between unpolished, chubbified Snow White and slender, doll-like Snow White who tweezes her eyebrows and wears red lipstick. One is clearly beautiful while the other probably at least has a good personality. Stop pretending they’re comparable. Not everyone is beautiful, and that’s okay.
Look, fat feminists, we get it. You’re tired of being the butt of the type of joke which sparked Amy Schumer’s career. But rather than bitch about the world not finding you attractive, might I suggest going for an empowering salad and jog instead…