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Zero is not a size

Sophia Bush is the patron of this note and the inspiration, who gave me the idea. Sophia in the One Tree Hill series raised the problem of being perfect. I love her for all her acting achievements, I love her for supporting charity actions - that she doesn't sit in front of the TV but works. I like her for not promoting weight loss like most celebrities. Diets, obsession with appearance. This is how everyday life looks like for some of us today ... Diets, obsessions, body worship ... Anorexia, bulimia.

body size zero is not a size
Eating disorders - where does it come from? because we have been stigmatized since childhood, to be beautiful, to be perfect. We use a million cosmetics to make us beautiful beings. I don't mind taking care of myself, of course there are limits. It is sad that advertising and artificial images created by others have such a huge impact on us.

Zero is not a size

I can't understand the worship of losing weight. I only lost weight once a prom. I do not know why, because I do not belong to fat people, the weight has not receded and grows for several years. Still, I was losing weight because I thought I wouldn't look good. what was the effect? a few hours before my mom narrowed the dress because it turned out that she was hanging on me, which, as you guessed, was not a very beautiful view. Especially a few hours before the prom ...
I admire people who are on a diet. I support this behavior if we are overweight and our health is at risk, but I do not understand when I see that skinny people eat properly ... nothing. No, not by choice - just because they are on a diet, because it is cool nowadays to talk about being on a diet.
I don't like skinny models, and they are the ones that make us complex. Apropo models will probably be a separate note. But not today, because exams are chasing, and sleep is the most desirable activity for several weeks.
Sophia Bush in a T-shirt with the inscription Zero is not a size

Body worship

Actually, the pursuit of being "perfect". Let's first think about what an ideal is and whether it exists ... when I read interviews with stars that I think are close to ideal, I am usually surprised that they have complexes. Amazing, right? but unfortunately true ... There are no ugly women. Each woman is beautiful in her own way. It is enough to emphasize the beauty with makeup, clothes and, above all, take care of yourself. Thinness, ideal of beauty ... it is usually the work of photoshop and several graphic designers who improve the photos of models or actresses.
Remember 0 is not a size! I am sick when I see the size 0. Where is a bit of femininity here ?! Feminine shapes are beautiful. I used to be skinny, I was obsessed with being skinny, being perfect. Now when I have gained light shapes I feel better, I feel feminine.
I believe that one day thinness will cease to be in vogue.


  1. Avatar charlotte. ♥ 28 January 2012 / 21: 41

    The cult of slimming is just a fashion, and as it happens with fashion - passes 🙂

  2. Avatar GoodForYouDP 28 January 2012 / 18: 24

    jadziulQa I knew you were young - as I said, I was a thinner at your age. With age, metabolism changes and the woman becomes rounder, so calmly;)

    camera, I can't understand where the trend of being skinny came from. I understand that someone can be slim by nature. But thinness and thinness make a difference.

    Sopjie czarymoja, I'm glad that you agree with what I wrote :) that there are more of us - us who oppose it.

    I can't understand this vial either - how do you judge someone by their appearance ?! how can you attribute a disease as terrible as anorexia ?! it's sad what is happening nowadays, the worst thing is that I get it myself that I will think more than once, or say to P. "look how thin she is!" without thinking about whether it is unpleasant for this person , or not. This is stronger than us, because the media impose on us canons of beauty that we automatically (programmed) catch in the society.

  3. Avatar sophie czarymoja 28 January 2012 / 10: 27

    I completely support what you wrote; )
    the woman is from the size of 38 in my opinion. Of course, without offending anyone who is slim by nature.

  4. Avatar aparatka. 28 January 2012 / 09: 32

    Unfortunately, thinness is now in vogue ... I don't understand girls who are slimming just to fit in the smallest size of clothes. but every guy confirms that he prefers a real woman with curves;)

  5. Avatar JadziulQa 27 January 2012 / 21: 44

    I know. but it annoys me already, take a skirt or put on shorts here ... -, - I hope something changes. to 18 until 3 years ago 😛 I wrote myself `4 days from the anorectic's diary` to school. I had homework. I have no idea why I chose this topic, when I read everyone looked strangely ...; D it seemed interesting and original; P

  6. Avatar GoodForYouDP 27 January 2012 / 21: 28

    JadziulQa I do not mean natural thinners. I mean people who strive to be thin, fanaticism that prevails to be thin.
    I conclude that you are still young and your body is changing. Do not push yourself, because it will do nothing and you can only harm yourself.

  7. Avatar JadziulQa 27 January 2012 / 21: 21

    I am thin .. by myself, I never lost weight !! thin, but I eat normally, sometimes for two. I have no idea how to put on a little bit; (

    • Avatar phial 28 January 2012 / 10: 59

      I have the same. I eat sometimes for two, I donate sweets, I am healthy (not because of the disease), and yet I weigh 43 kg.
      The worst is that often on the bus someone behind the back comments that I probably have anorexia and what these girls are stupid: /

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