How to cure this sick (fashion) industry?


Pfff…. last days, weeks… I have been reading all these different opinions from different people about others on social media. I just don’t know how to react anymore… it’s better to be silent. What the hell is going on in this world, now a days? Now I could’t be quiet anymore… I had to write about this ‘sick’ (fashion) industry. Read more…

Unrealistic body goals


It is incredible how easy women invent new ways of physical torture. Too many women it isn’t enough to be healthy and self-confident with an average body. Read more…

Hollywood needs some size diversity!

Rebel Wilson

It’s not just the fashion world showing us only one size of women. No! Hollywood is doing the same! Only very, very Read more…

Say NO to anorexia!


As you know I am promoting loving yourself and your healthy size. Unhealthy is not good, extreme obesity and anorexia are both eating disorders. The last days, anorexia Read more…

Prevent modelling agencies from using very skinny women on catwalks…

The Guardian came with an article about Anorexia. New Research suggests government should prevent the use of underweight models. Governments are justified in using the law to prevent modelling agencies from using very skinny women on catwalks and stop magazines from printing adverts and photographs that suggest extreme thinness is attractive, according to research from the LSE. Young women, who make up 90% of anorexia nervosa cases, are influenced by the size and weight of their peer group (= a social group)

I think this is a good movement… healthy is the new skinny, please let models be humans and women again! A healthy size 36 or 38 is even more beautiful! Because (young) women are having a wrong way of beauty nowadays…In media, fashion, magazines and movies there should be more diversity in sizes,colors and ages!

I was in shock during the search for some anorexia images… really in shock…
Please, girls/women: don’t do this! Be proud of who you are! Be beautiful in every size!

Fashion might be ready for plus size, but is plus size ready for fashion?

An article on The Fashionglobe about a disappointed Photographer Wahb Mabkhout.
Fashion might be ready for plus size, but is plus size ready for fashion? This is the conclusion of photographer, who’s passion was curvy models… and now decided to go back to straight size models. During his exhibition in LA “Glamorous Curves”, some warned that curvy is ok, but does not such initiative risk promoting obesity, which is a far bigger problem than anorexia? I think he’s disappointed, because he didn’t get the chance to do some real curvy fashion shoots. Maybe he wasn’t ready for fashion?

Why naked?

Plus model mag, magazine dedicated to plus size fashion and models has sparked controversy with a feature claiming that most runway models meet the Body Mass Index criteria for anorexia.

I am not sure what to think about this pictures with a straight and an inbetweenie (read ‘plus size’) model Size 12 (U.S.) model Katya Zharkova. The 1st question: why N A K E D??? With clothes on, you can show the world the difference. It looks a little like cheap porn, sorry for this! The other thing is: it looks like mother, daughter…. and NOT fashion! I think it’s good the fashion world is getting a wake up CALL… But I am curious where they got their facts? My ideal would be to see both models in media, magazines.

I would to have more diversity in the fashion world. Not only the commercial fashion, NO! I want to see it in the high end fashion also. Straight models in size 4, 6 next to the inbetweenies (size 10, 12, 14,16). It’s absolutely possible… And YES, it’s all about illusion, models are always betterlooking than average people…

ABC about size 6 called plus size

As long as you’re the inbetweenie…

I Have found an old picture of Kate Moss, “I Beat Obesity”.
When I look at it, it gives a wrong message…she should have worn: “ I beat anorexia”. Because it’s time to show healthy models instead of sick. As long as you’re the inbetweenie and not obese or severely underweight. Overweight is as bad as underweight.

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