Curvy women vs skinny women

September 3, 2010 by Jimmy Pakhrin  
Published in Women

It was reported recently that doctors at the Royal College of Psychiatrists UK demanded digitally enhanced pictures of female celebrities that make them look thinner to contain warning signs.
In my opinion, such pictures are some of the major reasons that have sparked many women to force upon themselves unhealthy diet obsessions.

Curvy women

Truth be told. Women with a bit of weight on them (of course I do not mean obese, come on stay with me here) are very attractive actually. In fact they look attractive because they look healthy. And trust me, it is much nicer to make love to a curvy woman than a skinny one.

Curvy women look good with or without clothes. I think curvy women are such a turn-on. There is nothing about a skinny woman that turns me on. In fact, I am afraid to touch a skinny woman, fearing I might break some bones because they look so frail.

Let’s be honest, women like Monica Bellucci, Kim Kardashian or Jennifer Lopez who are nice curvy women look miles better than some skinny women whose names I do not even wish to mention.

Skinny women

Skinny women are not attractive. And I mean seriously not attractive. Man they look sick! I think it is a sin to starve yourself and reduce yourself to skin and bones. There is nothing wrong with enjoying the pleasures of food.

The utter joy of having food go down to your belly, the satisfaction you get after eliminating your hunger. I mean that is immense pleasure.

I do not see what the joy is in experiencing the gastric acid destroy your stomach linings. The sheer pain of your stomach rumbling is just wrong.

Why no to skinny women

In defence to my argument, it was reported recently that doctors at the Royal College of Psychiatrists UK demanded digitally enhanced pictures of female celebrities that make them look thinner to contain warning signs.

In my opinion, such pictures are some of the major reasons that have sparked many women to force upon themselves unhealthy diet obsessions leading to a “skinny is good culture”. Such pictures cause a huge strain on women’s self-esteem ultimately making it very difficult to convince them that putting on weight is healthy. This is very sad to be honest.

The doctors also called for skinny models to be banned from catwalks making this a completely valid call as fashion designers seem to be sending a message that the clothes paraded are only for skinny women. This again encourages illusions of imperfection in women.

In fact the modelling industry is filled with freaks who are encouraging women to starve themselves. It infuriates me to even think about it. For instance when Mark Fast, a Canadian born knitwear designer introduced size 12 and 14 models for the London Fashion Week on 19th September 2009, a stylist actually walked out! Unbelievable.

In Mark’s defence, the models looked great. They looked happy, healthy, bubbly and certainly lit up the runway as opposed to the vomit inducing stick figures who floated around aimlessly.

In another news, Debenhams a UK retail chain decided to put size 16 mannequins on their shop windows instead of the usual size 10. This will hopefully help to encourage some change to this sick culture.

The idea is to be healthy, look and feel great. Not look malnourished and feel like you are living in a famine-stricken country.

So lets abolish this idea of encouraging skinny women in this planet. PLEASE. They do not look good. It is not healthy. Period!

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