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Jameela Jamil has never stopped coming for "people, men and women, who perpetuate this great culture of women to remain small and doll-like in order to be accepted by society. "Her tireless advocacy against body-shaming – which has been taken on magazines for overusing Photoshop, and celebrities like the Kardashians for hawking weight-loss teas – recently culminated in at-ed about why we should ban airbrushing
In a piece for BBC as well as a series of tweets on Sunday, Jamil wrote about why she feels airbrushed is a "crime" against women, and should be banned.
"I we are blinded by the media, our culture and our society, "she wrote in the BBC piece.
Her comments may have come f rom a good place (sorry), but jamil is now facing social-media criticism from people who say that, while she's a point, she's going about these discussions is not helpful – nor is the call to make airbrushing illegal.
Jamil, for her part, seems pretty aware that she's going overboard, but she's not planning on stopping anytime soon.
"I know I'm being a Tweet this whole thing, but the was against women's bodies / general image is ongoing and out of control, "she tweeted last week . "Teen surgery, eating disorders and self harm are at ALL TIME HIGH. So it's going to be a big noise to fight back. Do not like it? Mute me. "