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Ronan Farrow & Jia Tolentino from The New Yorker detail horrific investigation into Britney's Conservatorship

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3 minutes ago, glitterfalls said:

Running short on time so I'm gonna try and keep this as brief as possible.

Fat: This is a tough one for me. Let me start off by saying as a fat woman, Britney's never been fat. I remember the little blow up during the music awards show. Defended that from day one. It's an unflattering outfit but the woman is NOT fat. **** hurts. My dad's father mocked me for my weight when I was a teenager. Did it a few times and the same outcome each time. In the back of the car and I'm crying on the way home. I don't know what his ******* problem was. I was and still am a complete mess that has no self confidence or self esteem. So no, it wasn't a case of "she's getting a bit too uppity. Time to bring her down a few notches." Idk if he thought he was being funny or what. But when you're told that it upset your granddaughter, shut the **** up about it. I cut ties with him. Stopped going to his house but it was still a case of having to talk to him after I got home from school. I didn't even want to do that. Just felt if I could avoid being around him that I'll deal and make a phone call for a few minutes. And here Britney's ******* of father calling his daughter fat when she isn't fat. ******* sick.

Words hurt. I've never been one of these people that can just shrug **** off and let it flow off my back like water off a duck's back. I'm not sure if Britney's like that or not. But I can imagine if it didn't hurt that it was at least embarrassing. And the sad thing is Britney can't even say "I look better than you. Why don't you go look in a ****** mirror and work on yourself before you attack me?"

That was just the one thing I wanted to touch base on. This article was really well done and it just pains me Britney went through so much. My guess is there's so much that isn't being said. Whether it's happening now, 5 years ago or when Britney was a child. It's just painful. :(



Soooo, um do you accept virtual hugs from strangers? haha. If so *big hug*

I'm sorry you experienced that and as someone who has struggled with body image issues for almost my entire life I can feel the pain you speak.  And the anger it causes because it's so real.  It's beyond words, it turns into something physical inside and its not something you can just shrug off.  It's crippling, long lasting, and it's down right negative and exhausting. So with that being said I hope you can one day find that moment in life when you just look at yourself and love every .single. thing. about. you!!!  Because as much as you might not think it will happen...it will!

*insert another random creepy virtual hug* haha <3 

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