A girl can't have too many diamonds or be too thin.
But maybe you can?
She looks like a freakin mutant. WAY unattractive. And I LIKE thin women, but great googly moogly, that's downright hideous.
Indeedy weedy.. "Watch out for that wind gush girl!!"..
She may not actually be that thin. I'm told that, fashionwise, corsets are making a comeback, along with that wasp waisted look. Which is a bad thing as corsets compress the organs unnaturally and are a detriment to health. I do like my women skinny and flat chested. You like the kind of women you grew up around. But I only go for women who are skinny by nature, not anorexics or women who starve themselves. There genuinely are people who simply don't or can't gain weight. Goddess know, I wish I was one of them.
Google her name: "Ioana Spangenberg" - she really is that thin. Thin to where you see her bones through her skin and her hips jut out, unnaturally. She actually looks "bigger" in the pics in this article, because of how she's been made up with her hair and outfit, as well as camera-angle. (Keep in mind, the camera adds weight, too, so just imagine her in person!)
She claims she "eats plenty, but just has a small stomach". I think it's ironic that the modeling/fashion industry would glamourize this instead of getting her help, when she's clearly sickeningly & dangerously underweight.
If someone was as OVERWEIGHT as she is underweight, they would be ostracized to no end and told they are "lazy, pathetic, fat, ugly, disgusting, and have no self-control." But when it's someone who is severely UNDERWEIGHT, they get a modeling contract. (If you read Ioana's story - it's her husband who started taking pics of her and turned her into a model in order to try to help build her self-esteem which was lacking due to her size and her own body issues.)
We live in a very messed up society - extremely jaded. A society of where the "heroin chic" look = sexy (look it up - it's an actual term and the trend was started by Kate Moss), and yet the look of HEALTHY is viewed as "fat" and "unattractive". Don't get me wrong - being severely overweight is just as much a problem as being severely underweight. But that's not the issue here. My point is that even people at NORMAL, HEALTHY weight levels (sometimes even those who are slightly UNDER their "ideal" weight) are being criticized and told they are "fat", because they don't fit the "mold" that the fashion industry has created.
I'm sorry, but I don't feel anorexia is sexy on any level. It's a sickness, like any other eating disorder and it's dangerously unhealthy. The fashion industry should be ashamed of themselves, but as we all know, they are truly shameless. It's all about pushing the envelope and making the big bucks, despite putting the health and lives of their models AT RISK!!
I never heard of Ioana Spangenberg till now. I can't believe it. She looks like she's animated, not real. I hope she puts on some weight as she will look much better. But I also understand it's harder to put on weight than it is to take it off.
A heavy person has WeightWatchers, Richard Simons, diet food and Jenny's. A skinny person has no one or no where to go to gain weight.
If you call a heavy person fat, that becomes a big no no, but call a thin person skinny, and that's ok. But it does hurt a person when she is called skinny without her trying to be skinny. And not every skinny woman can be a model. Ioana made it. I feel bad for the rest of the skinny population.
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