Get off other people’s backs about what you think about how they look. In this case, your opinion is meaningless and irrelevant. Focus on yourself and get yourself together.
What I’ve come to learn is that people are afraid of the human body and get offended when others can embrace theirs. The ones judging are too afraid to acknowledge and use their own body. If a person wants to show off their body they can, they have every right to. I don’t understand why people are afraid to embrace their body and disrespect others who do embrace their own. An embraced and showy body is nothing to worry or concern yourself about.
We should all be able to appreciate a lovely person and know that we, ourselves, are just as lovely in our own, individual ways. Acknowledging someone else’s beauty in no way demeans or lessens yours. Some people are prettier than others, some smarter than others, some more athletic than others, some more creative. That’s the way it is and there’s nothing wrong with that. Just be yourself, accept yourself, and love yourself! Don’t worry about how others look and what they choose to do with their body.
My point is, we all have bodies and there is nothing wrong with embracing your body and showing it off. We all should love who we are. If you don’t, fix it. People like to complicate things for no reason. Why? I have no clue. But all it takes is you taking care of and loving yourself and body. No matter how you feel about your body, respect other people and their bodies. You don’t have to like or be attracted to other people and their bodies but you should always respect others, their right, and their freedom to embrace and love themselves; as you should love and embrace yourself and your body.
There is no one way we should or have to look. You are who you are, you look how you look. If we all feel great about ourselves and, in this case, our bodies, we all reap the benefits of supporting, encouraging, respecting, and loving one another. Embrace and love your body. Embrace and love yourself.