All About That Bass Video Analysis

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“Yeah, it's pretty clear, I ain't no size two.”Meghan Trainor clearly states that she isn’t skinny in her new hit song, “All About That Bass.” However, what most people don’t see the music video that illuminates her true beauty standards. In the video, she is surrounded by other people, but the thing is, they are skinny which make Trainor appear smaller. She projects the notion that she doesn’t have a problem with her body size, but it seems she does have a problem with other sized women. “ You know I won't be no stick figure silicone Barbie doll.” With this statement, she is attempting to portray a positive body image, but she is doing it by bring other body types down. By comparing thin women to a “ silicone Barbie doll”, is she helping herself or is she hurting other people? Trainor also says that “Boys like a little more booty — so that’s reason enough to love yourself”, which in a way she is just saying that all women have to do is have man in their life. That are…show more content…
As women, we are constantly judged on our appearance and the clothes we wear. Trainor is saying that she isn’t like a Barbie, but if you look at the video she resembles one. The building the video is filmed in is made to look like a barbie’s house. The walls are pink and Trainor treats other people in the video like dolls. “You know I won't be no stick figure silicone Barbie doll, So if that's what you're into then go ahead and move along”. She encourages girls to move along when she is the one who is acting like a doll. Actually , that how she treats the people in the video. In the video, she is wearing a baby blue dress with tights and a bow on her head. This clearly makes her resemble a little kid or barbie doll. Everyone around her looks like a Barbie, including her parents. Everyone moves like someone is controlling them. They are all

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