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Well this sure does say a lot about how you percieve your own body weight...
I think it's pretty clear she was talking about you... which makes it clear that @haze insulting your intelligence was also not wrong.

Do yourself a favour and choose to leave this thread/forum before that choice is made for you.
 
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honestly think theres some jealousy going on that despite your drastic efforts to lose weight and be successful "models", youre still not getting as much recognition as these "heavier" famous models who are "sOoOo GrOsS" in your opinion...
You must suffer from some serious comprehension issues because you are asserting that the girls here are drastically wanting to become models. Besides the actual professional models, most of the girls here are extremely self critical of both themselves, and the requirements for a model to be legitimately recognised as such. This means this community is the LEAST likely to suffer from delusions of becoming a model - if they believe they could, they probably could.


Hahaha ya'll need to get a life... Look at yourselves, are you really so miserable with your own lives that you spend your days making dumb forums on the internet where you criticize models and celebrities if they weigh more than 10lbs dripping wet...Maybe you should contribute something useful to the world
More evidence of reading comprehension issues - if you could read, you would have seen the contents of the posts made by Skinny Gossip members. The community’s admiration of the skinny aesthetic is largely tied with perfectionism and goal-orientation; this is reflected in other areas of life. There are doctors, lawyers, successful fashion industry personnel, other professionals and students in this forum. I’d like to know what a 5’4” wannabe model contributes to this world?


we all have so much more to offer the world than our weight :)
ok now this just looks like a #fatspo and #bodypositivity post from an instagram account called ‘allsizesmatter’.
 
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There must be something in the air that’s bringing out the crazies this week. First bloodkitten, then dolliez and now this. Any other rookies want to have a breakdown/emerge with their usual stupidity?
 
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You must suffer from some serious comprehension issues because you are asserting that the girls here are drastically wanting to become models. Besides the actual professional models, most of the girls here are extremely self critical of both themselves, and the requirements for a model to be legitimately recognised as such. This means this community is the LEAST likely to suffer from delusions of becoming a model - if they believe they could, they probably could.




More evidence of reading comprehension issues - if you could read, you would have seen the contents of the posts made by Skinny Gossip members. The community’s admiration of the skinny aesthetic is largely tied with perfectionism and goal-orientation; this is reflected in other areas of life. There are doctors, lawyers, successful fashion industry personnel, other professionals and students in this forum. I’d like to know what a 5’4” wannabe model contributes to this world?




ok now this just looks like a #fatspo and #bodypositivity post from an instagram account called ‘allsizesmatter’.
What I meant was no ones weight should be a definitive factor of self-perception because we are so much more than our weight including everyone here, like you said most of the girls on this site are very self-critical, so you all hide under this "skinny bitch" facade and project your own insecurities on otherwise healthy celebrities by throwing around meaningless insults and catty comments... This doesnt mean I'm promoting #fatspo and #allsizesmatter because it's not healthy to be overweight regardless of how much the media likes to pretend it is. I've had my fair share of (under) weight-related health issues so from experience I know HEALTH should be a priority over looks, and it's clearly not mentally healthy to spend your days comparing and criticising every flaw of celebs bodies, we're all human for christ sake. Find something better to do with your time.
 
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What I meant was no ones weight should be a definitive factor of self-perception because we are so much more than our weight including everyone here, like you said most of the girls on this site are very self-critical, so you all hide under this "skinny bitch" facade and project your own insecurities on otherwise healthy celebrities by throwing around meaningless insults and catty comments... This doesnt mean I'm promoting #fatspo and #allsizesmatter because it's not healthy to be overweight regardless of how much the media likes to pretend it is. I've had my fair share of (under) weight-related health issues so from experience I know HEALTH should be a priority over looks, and it's clearly not mentally healthy to spend your days comparing and criticising every flaw of celebs bodies, we're all human for christ sake. Find something better to do with your time.
Honey, I didn’t even read this. I’m gonna level with you, I don’t think any of us really care. Maybe you should go find a nice book to read or something.
 
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Honey, I didn’t even read this. I’m gonna level with you, I don’t think any of us really care. Maybe you should go find a nice book to read or something.
Or eat some delicious ice cream without any guilt, cause every bodies are beautiful and nobody want's to look like we do! lmao
 
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What I meant was no ones weight should be a definitive factor of self-perception because we are so much more than our weight including everyone here, like you said most of the girls on this site are very self-critical, so you all hide under this "skinny bitch" facade and project your own insecurities on otherwise healthy celebrities by throwing around meaningless insults and catty comments... This doesnt mean I'm promoting #fatspo and #allsizesmatter because it's not healthy to be overweight regardless of how much the media likes to pretend it is. I've had my fair share of (under) weight-related health issues so from experience I know HEALTH should be a priority over looks, and it's clearly not mentally healthy to spend your days comparing and criticising every flaw of celebs bodies, we're all human for christ sake. Find something better to do with your time.
Why the hell are you on Skinny Gossip Forum??? Talking about skinny people of models and celebrities is EXACTLY what the forum centers around. Have you not lurked enough to know the tone of the forum is to be self critical and mean about weight.
If you not in tune with the vibe of the site, you might as well welcome yourself out because you will have a hard time with most of not all posts made by members on this forum.
Maybe you should be on Myfitnesspal community instead 😂😂 I’m sure everyone there cares about health over weight since “BMI is soooo irrelevant and unimportant”.
 
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Why the hell are you on Skinny Gossip Forum??? Talking about skinny people of models and celebrities is EXACTLY what the forum centers around. Have you not lurked enough to know the tone of the forum is to be self critical and mean about weight.
If you not in tune with the vibe of the site, you might as well welcome yourself out because you will have a hard time with most of not all posts made by members on this forum.
Maybe you should be on Myfitnesspal community instead 😂😂 I’m sure everyone there cares about health over weight since “BMI is soooo irrelevant and unimportant”.

Hey everyone,
So I was wondering what you all consider to be the "perfect" BMI or weight for your height just out of curiosity.
Personally I think for me my ideal is anywhere from 13.5-14.5 (although that does sound quite low) when I'm around that mark I feel like I look my best but I'm also energised enough to workout and feel good as well.
Let me know your thoughts.
I hope you're all having a lovely day!
Xxxx


Girl certainly did care about BMI in the past lmao
 
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What I meant was no ones weight should be a definitive factor of self-perception because we are so much more than our weight including everyone here
No one here thinks it’s the defining factor in anyone’s self worth. It’s just one variable, we aren’t saying that losing or gaining 10lbs will make someone an inherently better person. It’s just an aspect of an individual that we like to discuss. Kaia gaining might make her less interesting as model from a purely aesthetic perspective, but it doesn’t take away from her worth as daughter, a friend or a human being.

Now if you struggle with associating your weight with your worth, then this is not the place for you.
 
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What I meant was no ones weight should be a definitive factor of self-perception because we are so much more than our weight including everyone here, like you said most of the girls on this site are very self-critical, so you all hide under this "skinny bitch" facade and project your own insecurities on otherwise healthy celebrities by throwing around meaningless insults and catty comments... This doesnt mean I'm promoting #fatspo and #allsizesmatter because it's not healthy to be overweight regardless of how much the media likes to pretend it is. I've had my fair share of (under) weight-related health issues so from experience I know HEALTH should be a priority over looks, and it's clearly not mentally healthy to spend your days comparing and criticising every flaw of celebs bodies, we're all human for christ sake. Find something better to do with your time.
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Kaia Gerber for Vogue Japan September Issue.






I honestly find no words for this cover..
I find it vulgar and not high fashion at all. Her look and vibe doesn’t work for “sexy”. The only look she can pull off is high fashion at a lower body weight which I have close to zero hopes for her now to return to.
 
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I find it vulgar and not high fashion at all. Her look and vibe doesn’t work for “sexy”. The only look she can pull off is high fashion at a lower body weight which I have close to zero hopes for her now to return to.
Exactly my thoughts! I neither find this attracting or high fashion in any sense. To be honest the pictures are reminding me of a Drag Queen (nothing against them), but I'm just not a fan of the entire vibe and styling.
 
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That’s awful.. Kaia looks like a 13year old child who is trying to look sexy to charm all schoolmates, instead of it she looks vulgar. In some photos she even looks like an escort girl.
Wtf is that? Her portfolio for an escort site?
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I see no difference between these photos.
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Don’t get me wrong, I’m absolutely in love with sexy photoshoots, but there’s a huge difference between being sexy and looking like a vulgar slut
 
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The entire look is just way too much and overall looks cheap to me. Why did they choose a red coat, black latex bodysuit and laced tights? I'


 
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I still think of her as a child, so my reaction was “does Cindy know about this” 😂
 
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