After those naked Donald Trump statues in New York City went viral last week, yes, THOSE ones, it was expected that they'd cause some controversy. Maybe from Trump himself or a supporter, but surprisingly enough, it was Amber Tamblyn, Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants star, who disapproved.
“Body shaming is never okay, even when it comes to Trump,” she wrote on Facebook. Although Tamblyn is not a supporter of Trump, she believes that the statues, which were erected by INDECLINE in protest of the Republican nominee, are “unoriginal and uncreative.”
And it looks like Tamblyn wasn’t the only one. According to US Weekly, the statue that was placed in NYC’s Union Square was removed on August 18, just hours after it had been put there.
While we may not agree with anything that Trump says, Tamblyn has a valid point—we shouldn't be shaming anybody, Donald Trump included, for his or her body.