Amber Tamblyn is #withher, but she's still against body-shaming of any kind, even when the person being body shamed is him. The actress and artist wrote a Facebook post last night criticizing the naked statues of Trump that were, ahem, erected in five American cities last week.
“Body shaming is never okay, even when it comes to trump,” she wrote. She also posted a photo of one of the statues, with a sign photoshopped onto it that reads: “Shame me for my behavior not my body.”
In case the image hasn't already been seared into your brain, here is a video of the statue that was put up in New York City:
There is a naked Trump statue in Union Square right now. pic.twitter.com/26bYxY4AwF— New York City Patch (@NYC_Patch) August 18, 2016
Even New York's Parks Department got in a dig at the size of Trump's member before taking down the statue in Union Square, stating in a press release: "NYC Parks stands firmly against any unpermitted erection in city parks, no matter how small."