We’ve reached an all-time low as a society and it’s called body shaming. While the definition is open, it’s a type of body shaming that has become prominent on the internet and in real life. One example is being told by an old lady at the supermarket that you should be buying the skim milk, sweetie, not the whole milk you’re reaching for. Another, internet sites devoted to posting photos of overweight women with cruel captions and images comparing them to animals. Or the case where a celebrity such as Alyssa Milano was the butt of a joke about her post baby fat body. It doesn’t come from only strangers, either. Often families and friends are just as likely to throw out careless fat-shaming comments, and not always with malicious intent.