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Lizzo Calls Out Fat-Shamers on TikTok: "I'm Not Working Out to Have Your Ideal Body Type"

The musician shared a TikTok of her workout routine, explaining that health isn't just about what you look like.

Lizzo at the 63rd Grammys

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In the past couple of years, Lizzo has gone from being an underground favorite into a full-blown pop star.

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Lizzo In Concert

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Lizzo in a thong is just too much for some people to take.

The "Juice" singer attended the Lakers vs. Timberwolves game on Sunday, but the Lakers' win was not what drew the most attention. Rather, the 31-year-old's outfit seemed to invite the Internet to have an opinion on the propriety of forward fashion, what's "family friendly" at a sporting event, and whether body positivity can go too far.

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Nike's Plus-Size Mannequin Shows What's Wrong with Body Positivity

Both fat-shaming internet trolls and those who shame them for their intolerance are falling for the same unhealthy message that body types are objects to be evaluated. If our culture embraced body neutrality, both behaviors would become irrelevant.

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In London, a strikingly pale and hairless woman wearing sleek, black Nike gear has caused the internet to re-think its body standards.

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