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She looks very much the same; if anything her arms look slimmer than they have in a while. Not a fan of hers at all, but this seems like pretty consistent for her
Maybe it's the pants, but her thighs look really bad to me. Way worse than here, in October:

Could be just the difference in posing and clothes, I suppose.
 

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Honestly what bothers me the most of this picture is not her body or her outfit, it's her face. I want to smack her in the face and put her upper lip back to its place.
I noticed it looking weird too, but I think that might just be her face? Not much one can do about that.
 
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pretty sure emily doesn't even know what the word 'fundamental' means, let alone this fake/ignorant a$$ "feminism" she talks about to veil her vacuous existence of taking clothes off & shooting selfies. to say people are only attractive if they have hair & define themselves by it is just sending a moronic message to the general public. instead of using her platform for something positive she goes & does this :tsk:
 
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I'm actually more annoyed by the posters who felt the need to get super offended and vocal here. She's not wrong. Hair is, in fact, a huge part of our look and identity - I remember having to do practice auditions/interviews in college, and one of the things that stuck is that first impressions are largely shaped by a person's hair - I think because its color, length and style can affect someone's look so drastically.

And the cancer comments - losing your hair after treatments is something a lot of people with cancer are afraid of; many experience a lot of insecurity about it and spend a lot on wigs, sometimes friends and family shave their heads in solidarity...the absence of hair is indeed a serious part of your identity at that point.

Hair means a lot to us. This looks like a not-particularly-creative person getting a contract with a haircare brand, posting the best suck-up caption her brain could imagine (lol) and the Internet offense machine making a mountain out of a molehill because they don't have anything better to do. =/
 

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I'm actually more annoyed by the posters who felt the need to get super offended and vocal here. She's not wrong. Hair is, in fact, a huge part of our look and identity - I remember having to do practice auditions/interviews in college, and one of the things that stuck is that first impressions are largely shaped by a person's hair - I think because its color, length and style can affect someone's look so drastically.

And the cancer comments - losing your hair after treatments is something a lot of people with cancer are afraid of; many experience a lot of insecurity about it and spend a lot on wigs, sometimes friends and family shave their heads in solidarity...the absence of hair is indeed a serious part of your identity at that point.

Hair means a lot to us. This looks like a not-particularly-creative person getting a contract with a haircare brand, posting the best suck-up caption her brain could imagine (lol) and the Internet offense machine making a mountain out of a molehill because they don't have anything better to do. =/
You entirely missed the point.

You are absolutely welcome to have your own opinion, but expect to receive backlash for comments like this. @espressoenthusiast could have a field day with you on your comment
 
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You entirely missed the point.

You are absolutely welcome to have your own opinion, but expect to receive backlash for comments like this. @espressoenthusiast could have a field day with you on your comment
That's fair enough. I just reread my post and realized I didn't make it perfectly clear that the posters who annoyed me were all in the screenshots - the IG comments, etc - I didn't mean any of you in any way. There's a huge, huge difference between public comments intended as a takedown in front of the whole world and critiquing people in a private forum, especially since a lot of bloggers/ commenters have realized that a good way to get lots of likes/ retweets/ reposts/ clicks is to pounce on a famous person who's done something dumb, find the best way to take the most offense possible, and reap the rewards of fleeting Internet attention.

Like, really. She posted a dumb haircare promotional caption. From there to "omg how could you not think about people with cancer!" is a huge leap that looks like they're trying to be offended. But since they used the C word, no one can tell them to calm the f down.

I say this after a winter of holding my mother's hand through diagnosis and a lumpectomy. Cancer is awful and serious; I don't like seeing it become a prop for Internet outrage.
 

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She had a boyfriend for years and they broke up and a few months later she's married to a new guy? Seems like a rebound relationship taken too far.

This pic is from her IG story the day she got married... she should have an overweight man next to her in every picture because she looks way smaller in comparison.
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From there to "omg how could you not think about people with cancer!" is a huge leap that looks like they're trying to be offended.
Ugh this. Hair and boobs are badges of femininity for a lot of women, both cis and trans - whether or not they should be is definitely up for debate. A lot of people do ascribe meaning to hair.

Is her statement stupid and shallow and exclusionary? Of course. But does anyone honestly expect Birdbrain McLookAtMyPastaTitties to express these ideas thoughtfully? I'm not saying we need to give the statement a pass, but I think the Internet needs to recalibrate the outrage settings, because [vapid pornstar not thinking about subset of population w/o hair] needs to merit a different level of heat than [actual elected politicians arguing that babies can't be conceived from rape].
 

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Ugh this. Hair and boobs are badges of femininity for a lot of women, both cis and trans - whether or not they should be is definitely up for debate. A lot of people do ascribe meaning to hair.

Is her statement stupid and shallow and exclusionary? Of course. But does anyone honestly expect Birdbrain McLookAtMyPastaTitties to express these ideas thoughtfully? I'm not saying we need to give the statement a pass, but I think the Internet needs to recalibrate the outrage settings, because [vapid pornstar not thinking about subset of population w/o hair] needs to merit a different level of heat than [actual elected politicians arguing that babies can't be conceived from rape].
spot on and exactly what I hink..especially the last sentence.