Billie Eilish describes her relationship with her body as a “truly terrible” thing

Billie Eilish is one of the most outspoken artists of the moment.

She debates social justice and how the music and fashion industry sexualizes women’s bodies.

In a recent interview with the Sunday Times, Eilish opened up about her body image, calling her body relationship a “truly terrible, horrible thing.”

Since she was 11 years old, Billie Eilish was not comfortable with her body.

However, even when she describes it as a “horrible thing,” there is respect at the moment Eilish talks about her image.

“I love that my body is mine and that it’s with me everywhere I go,” Billie Eilish mentioned before calling her body “my ugly friend.”

Why is Eilish having that kind of reaction with her body?

The press and public opinion affected Elish’s positive perception of her body.

There’s no middle ground when the artist wears larger t-shirts or tight dresses.

“No matter what you do, it’s wrong and right,” she said.

Eilish mentioned she doesn’t feel sexy due to all the criticism drawn at her because of her outfits.

“Wearing baggy clothes, nobody is attracted to me, I feel incredibly unlovable and unsexy and not beautiful, and people shame you for not being feminine enough.”

“Then you wear something more revealing and they’re like, ‘You’re such a fat cow whore,'” the pop star revealed.

Eilish mentioned that she can’t satisfy everyone. She tried wearing all kinds of clothing, and the only thing she receives is criticism.

“I’m a slut, and I’m a sellout, and I’m just like every other celebrity selling their bodies, she said during the interview.

“What the fuck do you want?”

“It’s a crazy world for women and women in the public eye.”

“I do have this worry that I felt so undesirable that I may have occasionally tried too hard to be desirable,” Billie Eilish described.

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