There's nothing wrong with wanting to get fit for your wedding. There's also nothing wrong with leaving your flawless body as is. It's YOUR big day, after all, and no one is allowed to tell you how you have to look to celebrate it.
When bride-to-be Cassie Young was approached by a personal trainer on Twitter, she politely declined his services, only to be body shamed as a result.
The trainer then fired back, saying there's no way she's actually happy with the way she looks.
He suggested that there's no correlation between loving yourself and loving your body, and that "body acceptance people" should just accept the fact that they aren't happy with their bodies.
Um, what? Isn't the whole point of body acceptance to love (or at the very least, accept) your body? Why does loving your body have to go hand-in-hand with a number on a scale? This trainer's logic is heavily flawed.