Fat-Shaming Daughters-In-Law Video Leaked On Social Media, Las Vegas Woman Slammed For Video Viral A woman aged shared a photo of her wedding dress on Facebook in order to sell it. There is an enormous marketplace for vintage and old items on the internet. It was available for purchase and people were eager to see it in its original packaging. It was a 1994 gown that the lady had just married. She priced it at $800, but people wanted to buy the beautiful vintage gown. She said she wanted to pass the dress on to her daughter-in-law so she sealed the dress and packed it tightly. She stated that her daughters-in-law are all too large and would not be able fit the gown. She said that she wishes she had a daughter.
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It would be passed to her, she said. She also said that her granddaughter would be too big for it so she had to sell it. She shared the comment, “When I bought the dress, it was one of the most sought-after ones and I expected it to pass on to the next generation.” My sons were huge and my grandchildren are also huge, so I don’t think I can have any luck. It is so useless to me that I must sell it. I would have given the dress to one of them if she had married a smaller woman. The dress’s large vail and beautiful design make it float and look dreamy as you walk down the stairs, she said. Follow For More Update Yemfoundation.org
Many netizens shared the comment and were critical of her body-shaming daughter-in-law. People shared the comment immediately and there were many replies on Twitter. One user said that while it is true that some families pass down the dress through the generations, that does not mean that you can body-shame other people. The other user said that she was unsure how her friends would feel. She will keep telling them these things and taunting them, I believe.
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Traditions like these do exist, but she doesn’t have to call her daughter-in-law huge. She can, of course, alter the dress to make it smaller and pass it along to her grandchildren. One of the girls asked, “Is it necessary to pass on this dress?” Humans come in all shapes and sizes. One size doesn’t fit all. The young, enthusiastic crowd was defending and explaining why body shame should be stopped. All body sizes, shapes, and colors should also be accepted. Everyone is beautiful in their own way.