Wednesday, October 2, 2013 3:34:07 PM
I care about women being fat...its unhealthy and in modern society with all the medical advances we have, I think its a bit redundant to be fat. Excessive, unnecessary if you will. Plus, some people are so fat its offensive. Ive been to the US once in my life (as a sentient human) and I saw people of unspeakable weight and it made me physically repulsed. I wouldnt wish that on anyone - but eesh, theres a point where you have to step back (to fit your image into the mirror) and say 'enoughs enough`. Thats well before the point where you use mobility scooters to get around (they`re for people who are disabled you numbskulls, not for your lazy ass). Ill add, thats one of the worst things ive seen. People so fat they cant walk. GO ON A BLOODY DIET.
Wednesday, October 2, 2013 10:55:58 AM
I've noticed this watching Turner Classic Movies - there definitely was a more petite/slender beauty standard back then. And I`m not just talking about the figure - if you look at the faces of the starlets they were largely thin-lipped and definitely had wider eyes/more pronounced noses. One notable exception would be Lana turner - I think she is the starlet from the era which most closely resembles a modern standard of beauty. If you think about it they were actually less objectified back then - breast implants weren`t around so a model/actresses IT factor wasn`t always about her boobs. Sometimes I`m amazed by what they placed on a pedestal back then actually.