Moni B wrote: No I did not blame everyone. I also did not say all designers. If it didn't pertain to you then you had no reason to feel offended by it. I'm telling you I don't mean everyone and everything got it?
I'm not trying to be too horribly picky but the statement in the thread title, "designers are a main reason for anorexia!", seems both declarative and inclusive. Is there some other way you would read that statement?
Moni B wrote: I am far from upset. This is just a mere discussion of opinions. But what the media portrays as beauty affects millions of women worldwide. Are you blind?!? OTHERS bodies have nothing to do with me you are right, but if you continue to ignore the problem you are apart of it.
Your original post came off as very upset. Also, not blind. But naturally skinny women are NOT a problem. It is one section of the industry. Also many sections of the industry actually have bans on anorexia, like Greece for example.
Also there is no problem over that casting to me. If a model has that weight naturally, who am I to harass her over it? It is a look. Just like many others. And all sizes can be gorgeous. Yes, EVEN skinny.
I apologize if anyone felt offended by my previous statements. I was rushed and insulted by so many people, being called ignorant and such and now many have the wrong impression of me. ಥ_ಥ But people will always have their differences in POV. ﴾͡๏̯͡๏﴿
I just want top designers to start putting average women in there clothes. Because in reality those are the women that purchase the items anyway. They could really help with what the media would portray as beauty.
5'11 is average??? I need to get out of Chicago more often!!!
Sorry to pull it up, but how on earth did I miss this thread??