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The magazine argues that models small enough to work in mainstream modeling meet the definition of anorexic.
About 10 years ago, I dated a woman who was 5-9 and 128 pounds.About eight or nine years ago, I dated a woman for a few months who was a model. She had a lovely face and a perfectly proportioned and perfectly sized body. This physically perfect woman was a “plus-size model.” Since I don’t pay attention to fashion or to modeling, I hadn’t consciously realized until then just how insane the world of modeling had become. And I didn’t realize just how warped most women’s images of their own bodies have become.I’m thinking about this today because of publicity from a story in Plus Model magazine about the difference in size between mainstream models and plus-size models.She was still too skinny, but she was convinced she was too big.Last, the most attractive woman I know isn’t anorexic and never has been, but because she have a normal-sized body, she’s convinced that she’s unattractive.
She started falling asleep in class and this previously attractive girl started taking on a “death camp survivor” look.