...people. But yeah, as an artist I have very clear that it would be incredibly difficult not to mention tedious to animate al sorts of characteristics that people in real life may have. Especially if it doesnt actually do anything for the character's development itself. Like acne for example. A lot of people have it (myself included) and maybe it adds uniqueness to the character. But that is entirely up for the animating crew if they want the challenge that it means choosing to do a thing like this, not to mention the extra time and resources it demands. That doent mean its "body shaming". Also keep in mind that some of the artists that do these edits, are not looking for "how the original models should have been made". A lot of them are just looking for different ways to practice their skills but the media gives it another "purpose".