Being underweight is not sexy
I hate how in america and globally the top 2% of tall skinny women are chosen to represent the other 98% of women in magazines and modeling ads... In america a "plus size" is sizes 6 and up... I am 5'9" and I weigh 140lbs I am in the healthy zone with a bmi of 21.28... I wear a size 6. I am not plus sized by any means. What is wrong with the fashion industry? Why do they continue to put underweight models on the runway?? Since when is a boxy girlish figure plumped up with silicone breasts and collagen filled lips more sexy than a naturally voluptuous woman? Why doesn't someone make laws to stop this? Since when is it ok to photoshop someone so much they don't look like themselves anymore? The fashion industry is glamorizing unhealthy weight like cigarette companies glamorize lung cancer. They are making an image of beauty with the help of photoshop that is literally impossible to attain. Can we make laws to prohibit the use of the 2% of extremely tall skinny women who clearly do not correctly (or healthily) represent the majority of women on earth? Is there anything that can be said or done to help ban this unreal advertising?