Body Positivity Movement
I agree with thestudent that is more associated withfeminine gender. I concur with Jackie that this movement is not asdemanding as other movements such as civil rights movement. I likethe reasons that led to the formation of the Body PositivityMovement. It has no discrimination, and every body shape can fit themovement. The movement sounds interesting. Most of the people wouldlike to keep fit while others need to check on their weight. Somepeople will wish to go to the gym while others would wish to have awalk (Massey, 2015). The individual’s objective of keeping theirbody fit is consistent with the objects of the Body PositivityMovement, and thus anyone can join the movement irrespective of theirbody.
I find it remarkable the way the use of the operates as it can passes message from different people. Thecommitment of movement is one of the best as explained by Jackie. Ilike the diversity and flexibility of the movement as it can offerdifferent services to people such as psychotherapy and other onlinecourses at an individual’s suitable time. It is poignant how thecampaign has stretched its services even to the students through thecampus leadership programs. Most of the movements maximize itsoperation with the internet. They find it cost effective and increasethe proximity to the targeted individuals (Massey, 2015). The idea of using the internet to reach to people isconsistent with the other movements’ objective of using theinternet. I harmonize with Jackie that the most targeted clients arethe big organizations and that is why there is the use of theinternet as most people have a busy schedule. I feel that thediscussion of Jackie on the is perfect andexcellent.
Massey, G. (2015). Ways of Social Change: Making sense of moderntimes. SAGE Publications.
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