Lizzo sends a positive body-love message of self-love: Obesity is normal


Determined to become a beacon of hope for girls and women just like her, hit maker “Truth Hurts” is committed to continuing to make people uncomfortable again to press for changes.

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Lizzo Determined to continue spreading the message of self-love after realizing that she has become a beacon of hope for girls and women just like her.

The “Good as Hell” singer recently signed up to speak at Vogue’s Forces of Fashion in November, telling the magazine that she will always serve as a role model thanks to the fans who thanked her for expressing her opinion and being real.

“I think it’s important that I take full responsibility for the way the world looks at me because this is how they will see someone who looks like me in the future,” Lizzo explained.

“Maybe, hopefully, this gives some little girl somebody to look up to and take away the opportunity for someone to arm her uniqueness against her. I had to travel around the world and had to meet people and read DMs and look into their eyes and really listen to their stories to think I was I’m leaving a positive influence. Now that I believe in myself that way, I’ll keep pushing that conversation just by being my best day. ”

And the hip-hop star is determined to be more than just a “body positive” symbol, adding, “I think it’s lazy for me to say I’m body positive at this point. It’s easy. I’d like to be a body standard.”

“I want to normalize my body. And not just,” Oh, look at this cool movement. Being fat is a positive for the body. No, being fat is normal. I think now, I owe that to people who are starting this for just not stopping here. We have to make people uncomfortable again, so we can continue to change. Change is always uncomfortable, isn’t it?

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