The heaviness or lightness of one thing, compared to another
‘The heaviness or lightness of one thing, compared to another, as measured by a balance.’ - Euclid. The weight of my body is often made to feel heavier by the views of others, often influenced by a constant stream of unrealistic representations of the female form. I look in a mirror and dislike what I see but can look at women with a similar body to my own and see the beauty I cannot see in myself. The heaviness of this thought causes a constant desire to change, instead of accepting myself for who I am.