A minor uproar has arisen over the latest cover of T, The New York Times‘ style magazine. Apparently, it has offended the delicate sensibilities of NYT readers from Westport to Park Slope because it features a thin, young-looking model wearing vaguely bondage-inspired things. That’s right: they are mad at a fashion magazine for printing photos of a fashion model. Who is wearing fashion. More
Topic: eating disorders
“The female body thirsts for words. The words of a man. And they went for it.” More
When you hear of successful models being discovered, it’s generally a tale of that young woman walking down the street or through a mall, perhaps even winning a prestigious contest that enabled her to begin a journal toward fame and fortune.
Those stories rarely start with, “I was standing outside the eating disorder clinic when an agent walked up…” More
Note to Anthony Sharwood: If you’re going to make an important comment on a specific group, don’t insult another group in a cruel way. It defeats your point and makes you look like a giant jerk. More
You know how Amanda Bynes has been acting strangely (i.e. calling out Drake to ‘murder [her] vagina’ in public)? As she continues her odd behavior, Bynes’ Twitter has steadily become the only place people are find out anything about the star. Sadly, it seems she is potentially very ill. More
“Apparently they swell in your stomach.” More
If you felt at all weird before about creeping on the many Instagram selfies of Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger‘s quasi-famous daughter Ireland, worry no more: the 17-year-old celebrity kid has just signed a deal with IMG models. Soon, it will be her job to make sexyface for you. More
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It is the obsession of Tumblrs and Twitters and blogs everywhere: the thigh gap, that elusive couple of inches between the upper thighs that most models possess and, apparently, much of the public wants to attain. More
“You look so skinny,” my friends would eagerly say to me. It was the end of summer after I had spent nearly 3 months running 5 miles each morning and obsessively counting calories. I was still throwing up on occasion, but I was also attempting to lose weight “healthily” though there was obviously nothing healthy about my behavior.
After just 10 weeks, I had managed to go from 150 pounds to 120, reducing my size from a 10/12 to a 6 (or 4, depending on the store). At 5’7″, 120 is just on the “normal” side of the medical spectrum, but I did not look like my normal self. More
A new survey has found that a majority of American women “want to see a ban on size zero models used during NY Fashion Week, with 16% admitting that they would prefer to see fuller figured models featured.” The survey was conducted, in a random turn of events, by a Coupon website but, no matter, feedback’s feedback. More
Are we supposed to see a downside to this? More
Is it a futile fight to try keeping kids from all the bad dieting tips and terrible body image outlooks? More