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“We are not your’ eye candy ‘ is the story of a Tennessee news anchor wants to get across to his body and was embarrassed by a “strange” last week.

Nina Harrelson), a tv news anchor to WREG in Memphis, to talk about social media when a man came up to her and told her that she looked like “a mighty big CITY.”

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Harrelson, who has been a working journalist for nine years, and wrote about the exchange on Facebook, and shared how often she gets comments on her physique, as it works in the public eye, comments that she alleges that her male colleagues, but rarely receive it.

“You look mighty big to be on TV!’ That’s what a complete stranger said to me,” she wrote. “FYI, journalists are not models, And I can assure you that none of us want to hear what you think about our bodies.”

“WE’re NOT EYE CANDY,” she continued. “Fortunately, after nearly nine years in this business, I have a very thick skin. However, I do feel sorry for the young women, to break the news that have to do with that sort of critique, that is, their male colleagues will never face.”

“People need to focus on, what to do, how to do my work, not my size.”

— Nina Harrelson

Harrelson shared in a follow-up on Facebook, that she told me that, “the stranger,” that is, his comments were unacceptable, which reportedly shocked him.

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“It’s a sad thing that this man said this to my face, and it was in a state of shock when I told him that it was offensive, and it is not an acceptable thing to say to anybody,” Harrelson wrote. The man is a kind of nervously laughed and apologized,” she shared.

Harrelson told Yahoo Lifestyle, she has the body you want to read it before, mostly online, and while this incident happened in person.

The most worrying thing about the reaction, Harrelson said, ” they think, “he thought,” that is, he gave me a compliment”, because he thinks I look skinnier in person.”

Harrelson also noted that their male counterparts rarely, if ever, be confronted with this sort of criticism all over the body.

A Tennessee news anchor speaks out after being body-shamed by a “stranger” in the room.
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“I love my body, and my fiancé,” she told Yahoo Lifestyle. “People need to focus on, what to do, how to do my work, not my size.”

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The people who are on social media to the applause of the anchor, in order to meet and beat the man to comment on her weight.

“I am appalled at what some people are saying. Size doesn’t matter, it’s what’s in your heart, that is,” one person wrote.

“The great response is a strong woman!” another wrote.

“I’m Sorry, you’ll have to deal with small-minded people. I wonder if this person is able to cope with the scrutiny you have to deal with in the public eye. Great Job at bringing a dose of reality to them, and the kind of work you are doing on a day to day basis to deliver the news. You are one of the reasons I love to watch to WREG news,” in a comment.

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Harrelson had been touched by the outpouring of responses and said that she was happy that they cried out to the meeting.

“I never expected this kind of response when I posted about the meeting earlier in the day, but if even one person think twice about some of the things that they say – or type – the woman in the public eye, I am more than pleased that I was called to the matter,” she wrote.

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