Wow she's so full of herself, congratulations on being a plus size model sweetie.
'These girls are going to extremes to look like that, and then not being booked for any jobs,' she said. 'And then living with a plus size model who's working every single day and comparing themselves to me.'
Not for the reason she thinks I'm starting my one cracker and water diet tomorrow.
One major peeve of mine regarding these "love yourself at any size" sort of people is their usual inability to do so without simultaneously trying to take down others in the process. They can't just be happy about themselves and move on with their lives normally and confidently (which it's what they supposedly try to promote), but it seems like they always need to put down the slimmer ones at the same time they bring themselves up: "oh, look at how these skinny bitches are all miserable and envy me because I eat a lot more and they can't, also they are jealous of me because I book more jobs, blah blah".
That whole attitude just reeks of inferiority complex to me.
Haha yes!! My thoughts exactly.Bullllllllshitttttt. There is no way any agent would tell their models, explicitly, to stick to a diet of one cracker and some water. Unless it was a sarcastic mark made to a girl who could laugh at it.. not buying it.
Because her "every now and then" is probably based on the hours elapsed, not the number of days........Haha yes!! My thoughts exactly.
"'I eat healthy, I work out, but I'll let myself have a treat every now and then and have a glass of wine"
Well, how come most of us do it too (and models too!) and we don't look this fat
Also, I really admire the girl for her confidence.
Good point.If she's this confident with herself and doing so well in the modeling industry, why did she feel the need to create a polemic? To battle against the so-called pressure women feel to be "thin"? To prove you can be healthy, happy and a model at a size 14? It's very kind of her.