Slut shaming is indeed wrong. But she is known for taking those pics and deleting them a while later, after they get her new followers. Which kinda... you know... ruins the whole message of being proud of your body. I think it's her personality interfering with the situation more than anything else. I don't think it's wrong for her to be naked, it's just the reason behind it.
THIS^^ (sorry I ran out of up votes but I'll be back) oh wow she is so fucking dense Considering she changed 5% of it, her writing dozens of paragraphs to prove that she done "SO MANY" stuff, while crediting creator's work in one line is just so disgusting and disrespectful. I also get the feeling that she's making it sound like the dress was bad so she had to make adjustments and fix it. Noodz all you did was to change the laces with tackier ones and added a few dollar store jewels (which made the perfectly good looking dress worse) Don't think that highly of yourself smh...
I feel like you're contradicting a bit here with the one person theme. She is an influential celebrity just like Pewdiepie, even more so than him. I just gave out that example to show how an article like this can spread an idea just with a click bait so much that even J.K. Rowling, who has never watched a pewdiepie video, would tweet about it. I mean he did apologize at the end though, didn't he? I'm not sure what we're discussing but, I feel like at this point it's just a matter of if you thought the apology was sincere and accepted it or not, which is purely an opinion based thing. I accept that my emotional reaction interferes a bit with my answers, since I've been watching this guy whenever I was feeling sad for about 6 years now. But at the same time, I'd say that made me more aware of how he grows as a person overtime and fixes his mistakes etc. Therefore I felt like his apology was genuine, you might not have felt the same way and that's totally okay. I apologize if any of my comments sounded rude/aggressive, guess we'll agree to disagree.
J.K. Rowling tweeted it, calling him a fascist while linking the article. I think that can show the consequences of both sides. This was in the video too, did you watch the whole thing or..? And well if you haven't read the article yourself, how do you even know the point they're making is valid ?
Well the thing is though, the media has been attacking him way before the joke as well, which he stated in the video also. Adding the out of context based articles in addition to that just makes it obvious to me that they were trying to milk extra money from it at some point or another. Whether they started out with good intentions to actually call him out or not, they went too far just like he did. Yes, what he said should be and have been brought to attention since it was not a thoughtful "joke" and it was wrong. But like I've said, I highly doubt the articles are actually meant to bring attention to this problem, so it can be solved. Hence the other articles were not even accurate. Wouldn't you consider someone taking what you said out of context to make you look like a fascist, an attack? If it was truthful then I'd agree, but in my honest opinion, they were reaching to make the situation worse.
Does that make it any better though? I think he was trying to imply that in general how media portrays celebrities and youtubers is wrong, rather than the action itself being unusual. Celebrities and youtubers are human as well, no? Why would the treatment of them should be any different? Like he stated, many of the cooperations are teams working together; at the end of the day, he is one guy.