Meghan Trainor “All About That Bass” Promotes Body Positivity

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by: Shannon Kurlander

20-year-old songwriter Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass” has gone viral for all the right reasons. The song promotes positive body image and does so with a ridiculously catchy doo-wop tune.  The part we love is that she nails the concept with an actually good pop song that is netiher too bubblegum or too vulgar. Right on. Trainor told The Today Show this morning “it’s hard for girls to grow up nowadays.” In “All About That Bass” she refers to growing up in the digital age of unrealistic body images, singing, “I see the magazines workin’ that Photoshop, we know that shit ain’t real c’mon now make it stop.” This song is sure to be a summer anthem and probably the first one you won’t feel guilty listening to. Check out the cute pastel video for “All About That Bass” in which Trainor promotes positive body images for girls who aren’t just a size 2.

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