- Aug 18, 2021
It’s like she got famous with her talents and a thin body (that everyone agrees looks best), but succumbed to the pressure of the few (comparatively) people calling her “too skinny” and lost her willpower. Now she has to pretend to “love her curves” like every. other. celebHer styling at the VMAs was fine (that performance is another story!) I’m not as impressed with her arms as I was a few months ago. She’s really great at posing on Instagram and making herself look tinierView attachment 112044
I’m lost on what they were trying to achieve for that Met Gala look….she’s definitely gained weight lately.
Just compared to 4 months ago :/
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I definitely think she gained to make her boob job more natural, also. Nothing wrong with getting your boobs done, but it doesn’t really fit her whole teen aesthetic?Regarding her womanly curves that have formed:
Some say they actually have been formed.
By a doctor.
I could believe it if I see the before and after pictures. But even if they were natural, I always feel that breasts have a big impact on how full/big or skinny someone appears. While big breasts have beauty in themselves, small ones automatically make people look more dainty. Not shaming either. But I liked the itty bitty look on her a lot actually.
I am really attempting to refrain from the pointless and sisyphean task of voicing my eye roll at the woefully uninspiring brats having to be talked about because they are the celebrities du jour but please, can we at least abstain from such annoying turns of phrase. It has the exact same energy as the equally inane "a glimpse of a turn in the right direction???" at any hint of weight loss on the Kardashadid front. Why on earth would it be "a tiny beacon of hope for pop culture" (an oxymoron in terms imo tbh) for there to be a somewhat smaller than the monstrous average celebrity to exist rather than absolutely par for the course of the culture-of-the-masses industry which has always included some uninspiring glaze-eyed Brandy Melville-esque generic "smaller" girl without altering the tone of the culture as a whole.A tiny beacon of hope for pop culture.
From reading posts I have a vague recollection that some people do actually not have collarbones until a much lower BMI, but as someone who has always had prominent collarbones even at an much more average BMI and is constantly visually inundated by average girls at the gym who yet have collarbones, even during my teenage years I literally never understood the thinspo/pro-ana obsession with collarbones. I cannot imagine how much fat I would have to gain to have my collarbones not be visible to this degree.collarbones