This sort of thing has been busy in my mind for a while. I have to say that I’m in two minds about it.
Here are my perspectives:
1. Bigger butts have only just started to become the in thing, the same as fuller figured women in general, before that, being thin was where it was at (being thin is still very coveted by the media, though) If you look at it as a way for thicker women to get a bit more representation, I think that’s great! I think it’s quite positive in that aspect.
2. I don’t agree with putting down other body types whatsoever. And while I do agree that more slender bodies are still considered the perfect beauty ideal, I still don’t think people with those slender bodies should be put down and shamed for the bodies they have.
I love All About That Bass by Meghan Trainor, I do. I think above anything else it is a song that encourages women to love themselves and not to worry about what size they are. She focuses mainly on fuller figured women with her lyrics, and and I don’t agree with what she sings about slender women, but she is representing people who are still unrepresented within the media. And as I stated before, it’s a positive song about loving yourself at any size and not conforming to society’s warped standard of beauty.
I haven’t heard either of the songs that you mentioned, but I know from reading a few lyrics of Anaconda that it can be taken as a bit of an insult to women who do not have the bigger booty.
One thing to remember is this though: As popular as a song may be, just remember that you are bigger and better than that song. Your whole body cannot be encompassed or made to feel bad by a song on the radio. And lets be honest - all butts are great butts, no matter their size!
I hope I answered this for you!!