No. Public shaming on stage for the world is different than commercial exploitation of desire to be thin. The marketer is not "creating" the shaming in most cases, but reacting to an existing widespread mind set. Not admirable as it helps continue the obsession, but not the same. BTW: Same thing happens in the various bogus "penis enlargement" marketing schemes. Stop minimizing the effects of society's unrelenting assault on men with small penises. Since there is currently no push back, there is no room for minimizing. Emphasizing the issue is what is desperately needed.