I recently wrote a piece, that had an alternative purpose than being put online, about all the differences that make us unique – specifically, all the difference that make love unique. From heterosexual love, to gay love and beyond, I wrote word after word about potentially my most favourite song lyric from The Beautiful South:
We love our love, in different sizes.
I have talked about body image issues over and over again, but I live with them, and I have touched upon various pieces that referred to the gay media outlets perpetuating this idea that you have to be young, slim, toned and hairless to be loved, or considered attractive. Even now, after so many years, the same image is shown, and I get the whole idea that “sex sells” but don’t we all have different flavours of sex too?
One of my biggest qualms is fat shaming, but…
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