The Spanish government started a campaign to stop body shaming, wrote – All bodies are between bodies

The Spanish government started a campaign to stop body shaming, wrote - All bodies are between bodies

Madrid. Every woman’s body composition is different. Women also feel uncomfortable in front of others because of their hanging belly, enlarged waist or body fat. To get women out of this situation, the Equality Ministry of Spain has taken such a step, which is being praised. Spain has organized summer camps on the beach for women to change any negative attitudes towards their bodies. The Ministry of Equality says that every woman is special in her own right. Irrespective of his body shape, he is always ready for the beach at all times.

Social Services Minister Eoin Belara started this summer camp with the slogan “Summer is ours too”. Its poster depicts five women of different physiques. It is written below – All bodies are beach bodies (All bodies are meant to go in the middle)

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Antonia Morillas, head of the Women’s Institute, said that physical neglect not only affected women’s self-esteem, but also deprived them of their rights. This should not happen. Women should not have any negative thinking about their body, this summer camp is being run only to give this message.

The Women’s Institute said that the poster was an attempt to show that all bodies are special and legitimate in their own right. Women of all kinds should enjoy the summer in between. The poster reads, “Today we all enjoy the warmth, leaving behind the stereotypical thinking against our bodies and without the aesthetic violence we do so.”

However, not everyone in Spain liked this campaign of the government. Some people have lodged objections on this. Some people commented whether it was being used specifically against the male society. At the same time, leftist leader Kayo Lara said that this campaign is the height of absurdity.

Junior Equality Minister Najella Rodriguez Pam posted a message on Twitter to men who believed women did not need ministry permission to go to the beach. He wrote, “Of course we go in the middle, but we’re assuming we’ll attract hate for showing a body that’s not the norm.”

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