Sunday, March 10, 2013 3:22:24 AM
What's funny is this super manipulative best friend forever approach for cleansers. It`s like they can`t touch Avenno so they have to trick you into thinking they are with you against Them.
Saturday, March 9, 2013 5:31:05 AM
No- it is nOT about making pretty girls feel like poo. My daughter is, by any standards, a seriously pretty and slim girl. She has a really good figure and is quite frankly, so stunning it is an issue. She cannot understand why she will NEVER look like her idols- and she can't- because the looks she tries to achieve are not real. No one can look like that, no matter what they do. It causes her real issues, which is a problem....
Saturday, March 9, 2013 5:16:05 AM
Boohoo poor women you all have it so hard.. I'm tired of this constant campaign to make thin, natural girls feel bad about themselves. Stop trying to turn the tables on people who are just born more attractive, so you`re not the best looking person, who cares? I know I`m not as good looking as those "photoshopped" models but I sure don`t give a f*ck. My wife had several fat friends and every time they got together they would talk down to her about her weight constantly just so they could feel better about themselves. It was pathetic.
Saturday, March 9, 2013 4:56:15 AM
HG, we get it, you have a model girlfriend... stop bringing it up every post when you are trying to make a point, it makes you look like a complete fool.
Also, the standards of beauty (especially female beauty) are incredibly skewed to reality. Just look at the posts about females every time a picture is posted here in I.A.M. Even innocent photos that have no sexual basis that contain women are automatically critiqued. Normal features of a woman's body, like stretch marks, cellulite and freckles, spots and blemishes (all of which women of ALL weight`s and shapes generally get due to puberty etc) are seen as abnormalities. And again, because I know you will bring it up, I am not saying that ALL girls (like your girlfriend, for example) may have such things, and really, good for her, but many do and I don`t see how putting remarkably beautiful people up on a constant pedestal as an unreachable goal for the mere 99% can be seen by you as acceptable.