I am speechless. If all of these people are coming forward with these stories, imagine how many girls have been affected that aren't speaking up?Whatever the origin story of the coffee maker, I'm pretty sure theyre whinging on about it in full public view (even though it's probably worth (not to mention hella more sustainable) getting it fixed) so someone gifts them a new one.
But getting it fixed or replaced means going through the time and effort to make it happen, like us plebs would. Theyre not plebs like us. Theyre not mere mortals. Theyre special. So, no.
Anyone catch the horrorshow of messages SaltysDay received on Instagram today? Theyre horrific. And for a change theyre more than just random people hating on her. It's real stuff with real consequences and stories of people falling prey to SD's hugely questionable positioning as an influencer.
TW/CW: Restrictive eating, over exercising, disordered eating, eating disorders.
Reading these stories was a hard punch to the gut. My heart really goes out to young, impressionable girls who are taking her seriously and as a consequence, struggling with accepting themselves for who they are, hating themselves for not being thin enough, fit enough, energetic enough.
I wonder if Sarah has any idea that what she cleverly markets as "holistic" "balanced" approach to a "healthy" life is actually coming from a very disordered place within her. She needs to fix herself first before she decides she's fit to lead the sort of platform that she does.
I am truly dusturbed after seeing these stories.
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I seriously think sarah should stop all together. She doesn't provide value to society, in fact she's doing the opposite. She could get an education and actually make something of herself.
I hope more people start to wake up to this, especially her stans