Aaminah Haq remains unfazed within the face of body shaming by Amna Ilyas

Pakistan News

Defined because the act of creating inappropriate and negative comments about another person’s appearance, body shaming is ubiquitous in our society.

Whether it’s weight-gain or fat-loss, the way we glance to the way we dress —constant criticism of our bodies may be a sad fact of life; and what’s worse, women are subjected thereto at a far worse scale and intensity than their male counterparts, often by other women themselves.

An old clip from Hassan Sheheryar Yasin’s chat show that’s making the rounds on social media speaks to the guts of the problem: in it, models Amna Ilyas and Sadaf Kanwal (not known for being politically correct) are seen engaged during a ‘harmless’ game of a Guess the Celebrity.

Defined because the act of creating inappropriate and negative comments about another person’s appearance, body shaming is ubiquitous in our society.

Whether it’s weight-gain or fat-loss, the way we glance to the way we dress —constant criticism of our bodies may be a sad fact of life; and what’s worse, women are subjected thereto at a far worse scale and intensity than their male counterparts, often by other women themselves.

An old clip from Hassan Sheheryar Yasin’s chat show that’s making the rounds on social media speaks to the guts of the problem: in it, models Amna Ilyas and Sadaf Kanwal (not known for being politically correct) are seen engaged during a ‘harmless’ game of a Guess the Celebrity.

When asked a few certain former Pakistani supermodel, Aaminah Haq, Ilyas points out how she has gained weight during a rather appalling manner. pleased with their little comment, the models are often seen high-fiving one another .

Sadly, this is often exactly how body-shaming is perpetuated.

In a world where appearances are often powerful and cliques are seen to be influential, standing up and speaking for yourself is an act of rebellion; as appearances are often deceptive and cliques can often be vacuous — and it seems Aaminah Haq remains unfazed by both.

Defined because the act of creating inappropriate and negative comments about another person’s appearance, body shaming is ubiquitous in our society.

Whether it’s weight-gain or fat-loss, the way we glance to the way we dress —constant criticism of our bodies may be a sad fact of life; and what’s worse, women are subjected thereto at a far worse scale and intensity than their male counterparts, often by other women themselves.

An old clip from Hassan Sheheryar Yasin’s chat show that’s making the rounds on social media speaks to the guts of the problem: in it, models Amna Ilyas and Sadaf Kanwal (not known for being politically correct) are seen engaged during a ‘harmless’ game of a Guess the Celebrity.

When asked a few certain former Pakistani supermodel, Aaminah Haq, Ilyas points out how she has gained weight during a rather appalling manner. pleased with their little comment, the models are often seen high-fiving one another .

Sadly, this is often exactly how body-shaming is perpetuated.

In a world where appearances are often powerful and cliques are seen to be influential, standing up and speaking for yourself is an act of rebellion; as appearances are often deceptive and cliques can often be vacuous — and it seems Aaminah Haq remains unfazed by both.

Taking to her Instagram story, Haq responded, “A few of you’ve got tagged me in something a model/actress said about me. Truth be told, if body shaming me made brought some small shred of joy in her life, then your welcome!”

She continued, “Unhappy people tend to gravitate towards hate rather than kindness and compassion.”
Haq is not any stranger to unwarranted and unnecessary comments about her appearance on her social media, but by handling it with intelligence and poise, she has shown that beauty is quite thin bodies and young faces— it’s about being gracious and type .

A fact tons of those new faces forget.

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