Madison Vanderberg
October 31, 2017 11:04 am

Earlier this week, Ruby Rose posted a photo of herself wearing a very chic crop top, slacks, and a blazer. Our only reaction was ~damn, business casual meets bra-top~, but apparently, the trolls of the internet decided they needed to speak up and body shame her. Some were even saying she looked “anorexic” and others offered up the tired “you should eat a burger” line disguised as self-help.

Rose was rightfully frustrated by the comments and wrote two-pages in a notes app defending her body.

It’s unfortunate that Rose has to defend that she eats and that she works out. Nobody should have to explain why their body looks the way it does, but here we are in 2017, and that’s a battle women are still fighting.

“I eat so much amazing food ( I can’t believe I even have to write that sentence) I just don’t drink alcohol or eat processed food, or meat or dairy and I train every day,” she added. “I’m plant based and stupidly healthy. I trained my ass off for 3 action films, I used to be a boxer. My body is just my body. It fluctuates and it changes depending on how hard I train. The end.”

A lot of the hurtful comments were also about how her body “looked better” in her early ’20s.

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At the end of the day, let’s not judge other people’s bodies, let’s not tell them they looked better ten years ago, let’s not tell people to lose weight OR eat more hamburgers. Sound good?

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