People, usually women, posting a nude photo of a woman and proclaiming that she has a ‘perfect body’. Regardless of the intent in making this comment — and I imagine in most cases it is simply an observation of beauty — it does absolutely nothing good for women. The woman viewing the picture will, most likely, instantly start comparing herself to the woman in the photo: my nipples are bigger than hers. I don’t have thighs like that. My waist is so undefined. My skin will never be that smooth. And the woman in the photo most likely will not see the comment, but what if she did? What if she saw that someone thought she had a ‘perfect body’, but then she gained ten pounds, or got injured and left with scars? How would she feel after that?
Saying that anyone’s body is ‘perfect’ has a negative effect on ALL women, because no one should be striving towards any singular body type, or made to feel that there is an ideal way their body should look. The perfect body is the one that the owner of it feels most comfortable in, not the one that looks most attractive to others without clothes.