That was good, something I would watch again.WIGS seems to be onto something.
Yeah, I've been hooked on this series since I started watching it today (thanks, Racialicious!) WIGS' other shows seem to be really good, too (I'm watching 'Blue' featuring Julia Styles, now). Well-written webseries are where it's at!
Was almost late to work because of this show.Now I'm watching "Blue" with Julia Stiles because I've been a fan of hers for years, though I'm not sure what it is about her which keeps me intrigued.
Is it just me, or does it look like some of the thickness is coming back? *crosses fingers*
I think you are right...there are some women for whom being skeletal, or even very narrow and slight just doesn't fit with their bone structure. We already know how white women feel about thickness, even on a healthy and well-proportioned body. But I feel as though I see these larger boned women trying to diet down to be Natalie Portman, and it looks so bad on their frames...Ricki Lake, Busy Phillips (who looks like death but they pretend looks amazing now), and America Ferrera all have pretty solid, large frames.I think it takes hummingbird portions for them to still get to their smallest so if she is eating even like a normal person, her body is probably eagerly going back to where it wants to be. I did see her at an event last year and she had gotten Hollywood skinny (tiny jeans and all) but it just didn't look sustainable. I mean, they have it hard, b/c they are in industry that acts like a sexy woman should be built like a 9 year old boy or she is a whale. And don't dare act like you are happy not looking like a 9 year old boy. They HATE Christina Aguilera who right now at least says she enjoys being thicker.
Exactly. It keeps coming back. You would think some folks would take a hint from that, but no.
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