After giving birth to her second child, Meghan McCain is speaking up about the pressures she is under to maintain a certain body image.
On January 19, McCain, 38, and her 41-year-old husband Ben Domenech welcomed their daughter Clover Jade. They also have a daughter, Liberty Sage, 2, who is shared.
McCain stated in an opinion piece for The Daily Mail that she has been “urged” to start taking Ozempic since delivering Clover in order to “melt away the baby weight.”
“I recently delivered birth, and I’m being advised to take a miracle Ozempic shot as a temporary remedy. It’s gruesome, unfair, and unsettling, and I reject it, “She gave the piece a direct title.
You wouldn’t believe what I’m hearing, she said as she began the story, “Four weeks after giving birth.” Along with the typical inquiries, McCain claimed she has also been asked if she intends to compete in the Olympics.
“Please excuse me,” she said before adding, “In case you’re not aware, there is a new miracle medication’ fad sweeping the country. You may just melt the pounds away with one injection, administered once a week for a cool $1,000.”
She mentioned that other famous people, including Chelsea Handler, have admitted to using it while denying knowing they were doing so.
“Elon Musk claims to utilize it. Real Housewives star Kyle Richards (Net Worth), who recently flaunted his newly visible abs, has denied using it. Jackie Goldschneider, a fellow reality TV star, asserted that “a lot” of her cast mates are on it.”
Later, she claimed there are “those who genuinely need Ozempic due to their obesity. She is startled that “casual pals” and “business acquaintances,” but I am not one of those people “questioned her regarding using it.
McCain complained, “I’m told ‘everyone is doing it,’ as if that were ever a compelling point.” “I hear the phrase “Just take the shot,” as it is more often known.
A person who claimed to have “additional shots at home” even gave me a freebie from the illicit market.” “Now, let me be absolutely clear about one thing.
I refuse to accept it. I decline. There is a moral dilemma at hand. While some people require drugs to survive, it might be difficult to take them when swimsuit season is just around the corner. And how is this good for you?”
She said that she thinks the recent advancements in body positivity and acceptance related to the Olympics are harmful.
McCain stated, “As a new mother, I also have a responsibility to set an example for my girls, who may one day face the same beauty standards,” keeping in mind her two young daughters.
As social media continues to permeate the American mentality, their reality will only become more difficult. Both for them and for myself, I don’t want this kind of world.
“As for Ozempic, I would rather have a few extra pounds than shoot myself up with drugs,” she declared in her conclusion. There is nothing worthwhile that is simple to obtain. That also applies to my health and the health of my daughters.
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