While it can be hard not to resist some of the ways that cultures can change as we get older, we can also look back at the past and wonder how some of the things we had to put up with were ever considered acceptable.
For instance, more people nowadays are conscious of the amount of harm that constant scrutiny of someone's body can do to their mental health. But it wasn't so long ago that we could hardly turn on our TVs without seeing someone blatantly exaggerate the size of celebrities and judge them harshly for any deviation from a very specific ideal beauty standard.
And sure, some of us will often find it hard to feel too sorry for people much richer than us, but that messaging also tended to affect how we perceive each other and ourselves.
That's had a ripple effect to the present day because while there's a wider understanding that shaming people for their bodies is wrong, the issue still remains serious enough that people have found themselves thrown off of planes and out of gyms as a result.
But one woman's story reminds us that this isn't something we have to put up with anymore.