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U najviše dela popularne kulture, bilo da su to crtani ili igrani filmovi, preovladavaju žene i muškarci sličnog oblika tela – uglavnom su to prezgodni mršavi ljudi. Jedna ilustratorka je rešila da to barem malo promeni.

Žene čiji oblik tela izlazi iz najšire prihvaćenih društvenih normi retko su glavne junakinje filmova, serija i crtanih filmova, već ih mahom gledamo u sporednim ulogama ili kao negativce.

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Često se cela ličnost plus sajz likova u popularnoj kulturi svodi na to da su oni “debeli”, a takođe se i dalje dešava da se za tumačenje takvih likova glumicima koji nemaju taj oblik tela oblače lažna „debela odela“ (fat suits), koja su daleko od realnosti. Osim toga, zašto samo ne angažovati plus sajz glumicu?

Ipak možemo da vidimo da ima malih promena po tom pitanju – pozitivni primeri su filmovi urnebesne Melise Makartni i Rebel Vilson, koja je poslednjih dana u medijima zbog drastičnog mršavljenja.

Posebno je važno da crtani filmovi koje deca rado gledaju postanu više inkluzivni, i da ne zanemare osobe svih boja kože i svih “veličina”.

Jedna ilustratorka je na Instagramu napravila važan korak ka većoj inkluziji različitosti u svet popularnih crtaća, tako što je sve Dizni princeze nacrtala kao plus sajz devojke.

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A MESSAGE: Yesterday, I was featured in an article on Scary Mommy, and today, this article has been pushed onto Yahoo, which is cool and all, because I love when people reach out to hear and share my message and my art.⠀ ⠀ The trouble is that the way the article was titled and worded, came across as sounding like I think being fat is better than being thin, and that being thin is unrealistic. My stance has always been that all bodies should be seen as equal. No one body shape is better than any other, and nobody is a better person than any other based on what they are or are not able to physically do. ⠀ ⠀ It is true that the original art of these characters I've redrawn was unrealistic, in that their waists are all, without any exceptions, narrower than their heads. But all physical human bodies are realistic, regardless of slimness or fatness, because… they are real. ⠀ ⠀ I focus on making these characters fat simply because I know the struggle of growing up fat, so I can relate, and it helps me. I needed to see the heroes of my favorite stories look more like me, rather than only physically relating to villains or comic relief characters. Good people come in all shapes, sizes and colors, and that needs to be more apparent. ⠀ ⠀ I feel like sharing something personal, and I'll put it in the comments below. TW for talk of eating disorders and suicidal ideation. ⠀

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“I just don’t understand how a world that makes such wonderful things could be bad…” ⠀ ⠀ {EDIT, just to say that I found out @colormecourtney has been doing a #colormemermaid challenge, so if you want to see some amazing and diverse merbabes, check that hashtag out!}⠀ ⠀ I’ve been having a hard time lately, and don’t feel comfortable sharing much about it here. But I will say that I find it disheartening that the only people who check in to make sure I’m okay lately are… how can I phrase it… men with dubious intentions?⠀ ⠀ I know there are a lot of people who care. And to be fair, I don’t reach out for support when I need it either. Because everyone is going through something right now, and I don’t want to add to their stress. ⠀ ⠀ Just let this be a reminder to you to check up on the people you love. Whoever is coming to mind right now. No excuses. ❤️⠀ ⠀ Anyhow!⠀ Enjoy some fresh Ariel art, and some amazing Ariel cosplays. ⠀ ⠀ 🧜🏽‍♀️⠀ ⠀ #disneyfanart #fatactivism #arielcosplay #bodypositiveart #littlemermaidfanart #fatjoy #plussizecosplay #fatliberation #illustratorsofinstagram #neoqlassicalart

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You are lovable at any size! 💖⠀ ⠀ If a person will not have you because you don’t meet some arbitrary weight standard, then you don’t want them anyway! Period! ⠀ ⠀ This goes for anyone who pushes their agenda onto you, not just romantic partners, because you don’t need that kind of energy in your life! ⠀ ⠀ You are beautiful, you are worthy of love and respect, and you don’t have to change yourself to please someone else. ⠀ ⠀ When drawing this, I thought about also making Prince Eric fat, but reconsidered because I preferred to show a couple who didn’t “match” in size. ⠀ So many people I know have a hard time believing they could be genuinely loved or desired by someone who is considered more “attractive” by our culture’s standards. ⠀ ⠀ Sweetheart, that person would be LUCKY to have you. 😘 ⠀ ⠀ 💕👑💕⠀ ⠀ Also, commissions are open for anyone looking for a confidence boost or for a unique gift! Let me draw you… ask about prices! 🎨⠀ ⠀ #trueloveselflove #selfloveisnotselfish #plussize #plussizefashion #bodypositiveart #plussizeart #disneyfanart #princeeric #illustrationartist

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“Odrastanje bez uzora u medijima koji izgledaju poput tebe je “normalno”. Izuzeće se iz grupnih aktivnosti i životnih događaja zbog vaše veličine je “normalno”. “Normalno” je da ne možete da pronađete povoljnu odeću. Zbog toga više govorim o normalizaciji plus sajz tela u medijima i u modi jer su mi te dve teme. Često crtam Diznijeve likove zato što je to nešto što sam želela da vidim dok sam odrastala. Videti ih onako kako sam oduvek zamišljalaje katarzično i pomaže mi da osetim određenu ispunjenost za koju nisam znala da mi je nedostajala”, izjavila je za “Curvy fashionista” autorka iza stranice “Neoqlassical art”.

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I pogodite šta – sve princeze i dalje su prelepe, a na ovako nacrtane likove u animiranim filmovima bismo zaista mogli da se naviknemo.

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Fat people move. ⠀ ⠀ Fat people run, fat people dance, fat people do yoga, fat people swim… you may not see us represented in the media, or even in public because we’ve been shamed into doing physical activities in private for so many years. ⠀ ⠀ But we do these things. ⠀ ⠀ Obviously not every person can do everything, and even if they aren’t able they’re still worthy of respect and representation and love. ⠀ Even if they don’t engage in much physical activity they’re still worthy of respect and representation and love. ⠀ It’s nobody else’s business why they make that choice. ⠀ ⠀ Now, perhaps it shouldn’t, but it DOES take a huge amount of bravery for fat people to share their physical journeys online, so here’s a few of my favorite active fat folks on Instagram: ⠀ ⠀ @roblympian ⠀ @300poundsandrunning ⠀ @crazycurvy_yoga ⠀ @mynameisjessamyn ⠀ @plussizescuba⠀ @deadlifts_and_redlips⠀ ⠀ …Also, It took me a long time to decide to redraw my Pocahontas, mostly because the first version I drew of her early last year is still one of my own favorite things I’ve ever made. 😅 ⠀ ⠀ 🪂⠀ ⠀ #fatactivism #plussize #fatjoy #illustration #disneyfanart #plussizeart #plussizefitness #losehatenotweight #dietculturedropout #bodypositiveart #fatart

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