No matter how much you weigh or what you look like, if you're a woman I can guarantee that you, like every other woman I know, has been body shamed at least once in your life.
And now, women are tweeting about these instances using the hashtag #TheySaid.
Started by Sally Bergesen, founder and CEO of running-apparel company and community Oiselle, the Twitter chain is now hundreds of replies long — and each and every one will break your heart.
Bergesen's original #TheySaid tweet recalled a comment she received from her dad when she was 12.
She encouraged other women to retweet and share their own body-shaming comments.
Some comments began as young as seven years old.
Others implied that beauty is contingent upon weight.
Women of all sizes shared their experiences.
Other people are not your business.
Inappropriate on so many levels.
Glad this woman now throws "ex" in there.
Mothers, don't do this to your kids.
She's beautiful now. Period.
And so what if she is?
Even Kara Goucher, an Olympic medalist, had her own experience to share.
Stop comparing women to each other. Stop implying that only thin women are deserving.
These things are not correlated.
She could *stand* to be left alone and enjoy her childhood.
Food isn't bad; food is meant to be enjoyed.
What was your #TheySaid moment? Let us know in the comments or on Facebook.