It’s okay to be a skinny bitch.

Skinny Bitch

Really. It is.

Being a skinny bitch does not mean she have an eating disorder.

It doesn’t mean she exercises too much.

It doesn’t mean she only drinks diet coke and eat saltines for lunch.

It doesn’t mean she need to gain a few pounds in order to make YOU feel comfortable.

It’s called genetics.

This generally true of anyone who is a skinny bitch.

I get it, the world is full of over photo-shopped images, wraps, shakes, pills and what not. But guess what, just because a woman is thin does not mean there is something wrong with her. So stop it with the snide commentary, the remarks – all of it. Let her be skinny and get over your damn self.


About Kerri Jablonski

Kerri Jablonski AKA The Maven lives in Seattle,WA with her 3 kids (2008, 2010, 2013), husband, cats and backyard chickens. Two of her children have special needs. Kerri enjoys cooking, travel, movies and spending time with her family.


  1. I wish everyone would stop assuming things about people! Everyone has their own issues! Preach it sister! 😉

  2. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I cant stand when people judge others! Great advice!

  3. *Standing ovation* What is that saying – never judge a book by its cover? This goes for people too.

    PS: Can I please be a red shoe stealing zombie? It sounds fun!

  4. Sandra VanHoey says:

    My sister is 57 yrs of age and to this day only weighs 102 lbs and she eats everything. She has always been this way and she is 5’6′ tall. That is just her, me on the other hand….well, won’t go there

  5. Everyone comes in all shapes and sizes. People need to deal.

  6. People who always assume & judge are just not happy I think. They always want to look for something in someone to pick at, cuz people simply don’t think they just act. Judging someone else does not benefit yourself in any way, it doesn’t put you ahead of them, or at the top, or anywhere in between, we are all different, so why judge, really whats the point, I don’t get it. Be who you are, and be proud.

  7. christine jessamine says:

    I grew up extremely skinny and was ridiculed for it. I tried to gain weight and never could. In high school even if I wasnt hungry after eating lunch, to not get made fun of I would do what I could to let others see I was not anorexic. After school, I put on a little weight as my metabolism slowed down. I love who I am, and I love who others are as well.

  8. Julie Wood says:

    I hear you! I lost some weight and went down to about 120 lbs, and my sister and husband told me that I had to gain weight. I am in the best health of my life! I do not need others telling me that I need to be heavier. I find it to be rude!

  9. Amy Orvin says:

    I wish I was skinny.

  10. courtney b says:

    totally freakin agreee! i’m sick of people saying things like i have an eating disorder because i’m skinny- im just freakin skinny lol

  11. I was skinny for years. Now I’m running in the other direction. But I don’t let people’s opinions bother me. I live with someone who is critical of appearances (not mine thank goodness) and I wish he weren’t but I try to treat people the way I wish to be treated. I don’t always do what is right- sometimes I fail, but I do try.

  12. Stephanie says:

    thanks for sharing this i love it

  13. Sonya Morris says:

    Totally agree! I have spent most of my life being too thin but all that has changed with turning 40!

  14. Christy Peeples DuBois says:

    Amen!! This is so true. We can be jealous of so many features in another person but it’s so much easier to be grateful for our blessings and appreciate the beauty in others. This is just my opinion of course.

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