Millions of young women and girls look up to Beyonce. Even the First Lady of the United States has called Beyonce an exemplary human being, calling her a “role model.” That’s a lot of responsibility. How do you send the right message if you’re Beyonce, especially knowing that so many of your fans are in their formative years, trying to discover who they are–and that many of them have body image issues that often accompany adolescence?
Seems once again Beyonce has chosen to send an important message to her fans. And here it is: whatever you do, don’t let your thighs touch. If your thighs touch, no one will love you. If your thighs touch, you’ll never have a happy marriage and spend vacations on a yacht. If your thighs touch, for god’s sake, do something to hide it. If you can’t cover up then Photoshop the offensive touching out. Here’s an example. Try it. See that gap between my thighs? Where my Photoshop people removed the spot where my thighs would naturally come into contact with each other? That’s the gap you’re looking for. Get rid of it. Starve yourselves if you must. (Yes, I need new Photoshop people–they definitely messed up the stairs there between my legs, but that’s not the point.) So now you know. People love me. People love me a lot. The President loves me–and his wife? Gaga over me. It’s partly because my thighs don’t touch. Heed my words and deeds, girls. Don’t let yourself be a thigh-touching disgrace, girls. No one, I mean no one, will love you like that. Love, Bey.
The Full Picture, from Beyonce.com: