Society’s Cancerous Modelling

The Glitter Fight

(I’ll warn you now: this will get heated. It is something I completely detest and something that often makes me feel sick as I stare at my own body picking out imagined flaws. Also, it’s only right to put a trigger warning on this post if you suffer from an eating disorder, but I am trying to fight the wrong views, not encourage or promote them.)

Flick through any women’s or fashion magazine and you will be confronted with skeletally thin models; staring through vacant eyes, starved of any nutrients that they need to fuel their body. Women teeter down the catwalks, broadcasting to the world the problems and insecurities that either they or the modelling company have with the normal, healthy frame. Audiences gasp as ghosts pass them by; fabric draping over them and engulfing their fragile bodies. Cheekbones. Chest-bones. Thigh gaps. All things that are naturally covered…

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. The Glitter Fight
    Oct 04, 2015 @ 11:45:56

    Thankyou so much for all of your attention on my blog it was really greatly appreciated! I love you! Xxx



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