A woman has hit back at online trolls who bully her for being married to a muscular man while they say that she was “fat”.
The TikTok user @aliciamccarvell declares that people should stop criticizing her body because she was perfectly fine about it.
In the video she shared, Alicia McCarvell told the most irritating questions she’s asked about dating a man who is “fitter” than her.
The clip was captioned with “People out here thinking the only women that get cheated on are fat women 🙄 ||•• #fyp #foryoupage”
She began the video with the writing: “questions I get asked as a fat woman married to a muscular man.”
Alicia reveals that she gets asked whether she’s worried that her husband will cheat on her due to their different body sizes, to which she proudly replied: “not even a little bit.”
Another question reads: “are you his sugar mama?” to which she said no because they make their own money.
A sugar mama is a term used to a woman, often the one who is married, who gives financial support to a typically younger lover.
She also added that people ask her if her husband makes her go to the gym, to which she answered: “he doesn’t “make” me do anything.”
The confident woman ended her video by saying “worry about your own relationship. K. Thanks.”
Alicia smirked at the trolls and advised them to worry about their own relationship because she and her husband were happy together.
Alicia has gone viral on TikTok as she shares body-positivity clips, gym sessions with her husband, and some of their romantic moments together.
She also informs people that she doesn’t work out because her husband tells her to, but simply because she wants to feel good about herself.
She also shared a video talking about the things to remember when learning to love yourself.
“Self-love is a lifelong journey, go easy on yourself,” she said. “It’s okay to have bad days. You can do this!”
Fat shaming is very common these days. It is the unjust mistreatment of fat people which displays as acts of bullying, singling out, discriminating, disrespecting, and making fun of a person in a larger body.
Fat shaming is the result of a person being unfair against people who are judged as unhealthy, unattractive, stupid, lazy, or lacking self-control. It is an incorrect interpretation based only on a person’s physical appearance that fatness is bad or morally wrong.