Weight Issues

Teenage girls and self image problems go hand-in-hand. It's just a given. Girls idolize Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie and want to look like that. Unfortunately, most don't. All we see from the media is 'loose weight' 'dump that stubborn belly fat' 'look just like Kate Moss', every other commercial is Nutri-System or some diet pill. These are the images that America's teenagers and tween girls are being bombarded with. They are led to believe that skinny is beautiful. Weighing above 103 pounds just won't do. With these thoughts comes anorexia and bulimia, among both girls and boys. Hollywood portrays beauty as basically being thin. If you don't wear a size 1, you're ugly. And that isn't the case. There are many, many beautiful woman who actually EAT. Beauty does not come from what Hollywood says looks good, or what Lindsay Lohan is wearing. No, beauty is how you present yourself. What you see when you look in the mirror. If you see an ugly, fat person, guess what? Other people are going to see that too. But if you see yourself as a beautiful young woman, thats what everyone is going to see. They are going to see you walking down the street with your chin held high, and they are going to like it. They are going to like you. Being called fat by one person doesn't make you fat. But calling yourself fat, that just makes you a sad person. Woman of all sizes are beautiful. Look at plus size models. To be perfectly honest I think they look better than those skinny little twigs. So you know what? Go to the mall and shop in the 'skinny stores'! So what if you don't grab the smallest size?! You grab what you like, you wear it like you are the best thing around, and you strut your stuff girl!
Posted on June 6th, 2007 at 11:29pm


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