I live in a society obsessed with fair and thin,
women loved based on the color of skin.
Where weight personifies beauty,
It is hypocrisy you see.
Where we believe in creams more than us,
With food, we fuss.
While men go along with their demands,
we acted as if a change was out of our hands.
It is not fair,
while men looked like stomach filled with air.
Women had a physical definition,
Today I have a petition.
Don’t stare at the curves,
It gets on my nerves.
Women, love and embrace yourselves,
That is a big thing in itself.
Society, your definition of beauty
Sounds fancy but nasty.
True love knows no color or size,
Just needs open eyes.
And it is Day 6 of UBC!