Kenyan Socialite Huddah Monroe has urged men to avoid using the word “thick” when defining a woman’s body.
Monroe, who has flooded social media this week with bikini photos of her well-curved pear body as she enjoys the warm sandy beaches of Diani, had a rather interesting suggestion of how men should define women’s body weight.
“As far as I’m concerned you are fat, petite or skinny,” said Huddah.
“Thick? Are you porridge? What makes me shook is when people try to body shame women. Especially in this backward society of blacks …Beautiful Skinny women are always being attacked for having no a** for example and FAT women are called THICK to make it sound sexy and not hurt their feelings, LMFAO!.”
It’s considered offensive to call someone fat or skinny when defining their ideal body shape. Plus-sized instead of fat and slender for skinny is more appropriate.
Huddah, however, argued that women should be okay with these names because they are all beautiful in unique ways.
She believes it’s from this diversity men jump from one woman to another exploring the difference.
“Call a Spade a Spade and not a big spoon I believe every woman is beautiful in her own unique way that’s why men keep running from 1 to the other,” she said.
Adding: “Point is, People should just accept others and themselves for who they are coz even your fingers are not the same size, stop making your life hard & go follow who / what you love and forget about what you don’t like!!!! Simple .”