I think at a young age girls are judged or teased or praised based on their weight and even though judgements may quiet as we age we know they are still there. Society and the media have for decades convinced people skinny girls are the pretty ones. I say all girls are beautiful in a uniquely different way.
I hate this stigma.
It's usually psychological and can be a dangerous thing, because some women try to live up to some standard that they never see themselves reaching. It's important for women like that to gain confidence in themselves and stop feeling shame about their appearance.
I think it is a form of a phobia brought on by our society and the way we have taught young girls esp. that if they are carrying any body fat they are not attractive.
Because they allow the images shown to us via Hollywood to shape their minds of what's "the perfect size" and the reality of this is a lot of Hollywood starlets are walking skeletons.
by michael and rayna7 years ago
it is not cool they can be nice and pretty but people don't think that way they can't help being fat they try to lose weight but they will still have loose skin come on yall have some niceness in u an stop picking on...
by Dawn Michael7 years ago
Do men like women who are still curvy, or do they prefer skinny women?
by Valeed12 months ago
What is more challenging, being a skinny guy or a fat guy?By skinny I mean a person who has almost no meat on himself.
by Shanna5 years ago
I was in class the other day when I overheard two girls talking about staying skinny. One said "I'm terrified of getting fat. I will never get fat. If you get fat, that's like the end of everything." The other...
by drecolton777 years ago
Its crazy how so many beatiful women starve there bodys to be beautiful if you ask me that not sexy thats scary
by zzron6 years ago
If so what about or what not about?
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