What a nauseating display of ignorance by these protesters. Not to mention the implied insult" That Victoria's Secret models are not "real." Who says they are not real? A group of out-of-shape, slightly overweight, lazy crybabies? I don't think anyone at Victoria's Secret is saying that average-looking people are not "real." So it's definitely insulting when you imply that the Victoria's Secret models are not "real." That's nice that you love yourselves, ladies, but why are you venting your spleens at the Victoria's Secret models, whose only sin, apparently, is that they happen to be in shape, height-weight proportionate, and nice-looking?
These ugly ladies have too much time on their hands. Maybe they should go go to the gym, instead of protesting in front of a business. In a free market society, Victoria's Secret can sell whatever they want.
Gross. Cellulite doesn't sell underwear. But I bet you could sell plenty of cheeseburgers with it.
So, wait. Taylor Swift isn't real? Adriana Lima isn't real? Sasha Grey isn't real?
That bizarre. I was convinced that they were real people. Are they holograms? Are they androids? Are they figments of people's imagination, somehow the result of some mass hallucination?!
When I read Sasha Grey's book, whose book was I reading? This is quite disturbing.
Heck, how does the not-real barista who's super-hot and quite slim give me my hazelnut latte every day if she's not actually there?
Now I feel like I'm in a Philip K. Dick story.
Clearly these women don't love their bodies which is why they have to put someone else down. I mean, why can't they organize a 'Love your body' campaign without complaining about a company or group of people? It's like they are blaming VS, or the media, etc. They will never become healthy and thin if they don't take responsibility for their own eating habits and start loving themselves enough to focus on themselves instead of protesting something ridiculous.