The meme slapped a label on each Kardashian and asked fans "which weight are you?!?”
"What is this toxic bullshit?" Jamil demanded in her Instagram story, sharing a screenshot of the meme.
Jamil took serious issue with the meme's attempt to "rank" the Kardashians by their varying weights.
"Who gives a FUCK what weight you are?" she wrote.
She refuses to accept that a woman's value is determined by a number on the scale...
"This is how women are taught to value themselves. In Kg," she continued. "GRIM."
...so she decided to ask her followers to share their REAL weight.
Jamil jumpstarted the conversation by listing how she measures her worth.
"I weigh: lovely relationship, great friends, I laugh everyday, I love my job, I make an honest living, I’m financially independent, I speak out for women’s rights, I like my bingo wings, I like myself in spite of EVERYTHING I’ve been taught by media to hate about myself," Jamil rattled off.
Jamil's followers immediately replied with their own "weight."
Jamil was thrilled by the empowering responses she received.
She asked Twitter to keep the movement going.
"It’s eating disorder awareness week," Jamil reminded her followers. "Spread the word and Know your worth."