At a recently attended gathering, I couldn’t help but notice the conversation regularly flowed to body comments; some personal, others toward public figures, some just global, and all, as I remember, judgmental.
My greeting hello to one guest was met by a strong gaze at my chest accompanied by the comment, “You look robust”. Robust? Really? And that means what? Is this a compliment or a judgment, and by the way, why are you commenting on my chest? A simple hello would have sufficed.
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