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I’m doing my own version of the 12 Days of Christmas this year. Today, on the day lyrically celebrated by a Partridge in a Pear Tree, I’m republishing the most popular post on StealingFaith in 2012. When I tell you the average women’s dress size in the United States is 18 does it make you want to go all Michelle Obama on me and scream, “Obesity! The fatties are coming!”? Just checking. Because, while I might not scream fat-prejudiced epithets, I definitely think, “Hm… size 18. Americans need to lay off the fast food and fried cheese or the land of the plenty will sink into the sea.” My waistline continues to grow as middle age approaches and I pop out the children. Right now I’m doing the watered down challenge and it’s no lie I’d like to say goodbye to the lard baby forever. In my mind, I’d like to be a six 6. I’d take an 8, which is the size I parked on from 1993 to 2006, but a size 6, that’s my ideal. A few days ago I come across this little article from Marie Claire where they took pictures of lovely women of various sizes and asked people which size they preferred. Guess what? Their answer was size 12. And that’s the size I preferred to see as well – the size 6 model was undoubtably beautiful but gave me the idea she could easily be snapped in two if involved in a tickle fight, snowboarding crash or wrestle with a large dog. All of this made me wonder: For a feminist-leaning, body-image-awareness spouting, educated woman… how much skinny hype have I gobbled down without awareness? What should my next step be as I adjust my perspective? So, you tell me – take a look at the photo on this post and tell me which size you prefer? Does that surprise you at all? (December 2012 commentary: After I posted this I discovered the dress sizes are actually based on the UK. I also offended a Brit immensely. Didn’t mean to do that… Still trying to love my own curves and accept the truth of this post!)~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*If you like this post, feel free to share it (with attribution). Copyright © StealingFaith.com 2010-2013 | All rights reservedAre you concerned about fat? Specifically the fat attached to your body? I’m going to guess the answer is, “yes.” Right this moment, my stats tell me my post, The Fatties Are Coming, has been viewed 154 times just today. That post reported on the study that most people found a woman’s size 12 body far more attractive than the idealized size 6. (And overwhelmingly more attractive than the Hollywood-dream size 0!) Not long ago I ran across the photos of the famed before and after Photoshop. Today I saw a blurb about Faith Hill traveling with her family without makeup, practically unrecognizable. I was fascinated. We are obsessed with fat, attractiveness, and image. I don’t know about you, but I don’t like my obsession. It makes me confront the ugly of my own prejudice. I watch the Biggest Loser on t.v. and thank my stars I’ve never had to struggle with obesity. But, even with the recognition I’ve been able to keep my weight within the “healthy” range for the majority of my life, I must confess:  What’s wrong with me?! And, frankly, what’s wrong with you? What’s wrong with us that so many people are searching the internet for the “perfect body size”?! There’s a disconnect between our actions and our words! I acknowledge learning the “perfectly desirable” dress size was a 12 made me feel good about being alive because it relieved a bit of the size 6 pressure I feel. I don’t have perfect answers to this, but I acknowledge the hypocrisy I live out.  I am guilty on too many accounts. After all, I can’t tell my daughters they’re beautiful but refuse to appreciate what I see in the mirror when I look at myself. Or can I? What do you think about the body image vs. health issues we struggle with as a country? What comments about fat get you riled up? ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*If you like this post, feel free to share it (with attribution). Copyright © StealingFaith.com 2010-2013 | All rights reservedThis morning when I woke up I had a full, unobstructed view of my feet. This evening, when I looked down at my toes after tripping on a sippy cup, I realized my stomach is covering my feet to the arches. I’ve been on this train before. I know what it means… the round ligament pains will get more and more frequent, the belly skin will itch, and within a moon cycle my toes will be long gone. God Bless Pregnancy. So, knowing I’m about to go from gently rounded to bulbous in shape, I am aware of body image. What better time to talk to you about the amazing wonders of Photoshop and why it makes us feel badly about ourselves? Just a bit ago Dartmouth College created software that reveals Photoshopped transformations and displays the original photo. You really need to click through to this link to see the before and after photos of celebrities! I promise you, if Yoda is truly the master, you will feel better about life once you see these photos! Now, we already know most people prefer the size 12 woman’s body type… and that was a confidence booster for me, I’m not going to lie. But seeing the blatant “helps” celebrities receive in order to appear glamorous and gorgeous on magazine covers gives me courage to raise my daughters in this superficial world. (And feel good about the inevitable lard baby looming in my postpartum physique.) I’m guessing if I really got to know the Photoshop program I could make the baby bump morph into a six-pack… if I really wanted. So, take a look. Enjoy. Feel good about your life. And then, if you’re feeling insecure anyway, before you circulate the Christmas photos this year invest in Photoshop. That program is amazing!~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*If you like this post, feel free to share it (with attribution). Copyright © StealingFaith.com 2010-2013 | All rights reservedWhen I tell you the average women’s dress size in the United States is 18 does it make you want to go all Michelle Obama on me and scream, “Obesity! The fatties are coming!”? Just checking. Because, while I might not scream fat-prejudiced epithets, I definitely think, “Hm… size 18. Americans need to lay off the fast food and fried cheese or the land of the plenty will sink into the sea.” My waistline continues to grow as middle age approaches and I pop out the children. Right now I’m doing the watered down challenge and it’s no lie I’d like to say goodbye to the lard baby forever. In my mind, I’d like to be a six 6. I’d take an 8, which is the size I parked on from 1993 to 2006, but a size 6, that’s my ideal. A few days ago I come across this little article from Marie Claire where they took pictures of lovely women of various sizes and asked people which size they preferred. Guess what? Their answer was size 12. And that’s the size I preferred to see as well – the size 6 model was undoubtably beautiful but gave me the idea she could easily be snapped in two if involved in a tickle fight, snowboarding crash or wrestle with a large dog. All of this made me wonder: For a feminist-leaning, body-image-awareness spouting, educated woman… how much skinny hype have I gobbled down without awareness? What should my next step be as I adjust my perspective? So, you tell me – take a look at the photo on this post and tell me which size you prefer? Does that surprise you at all?~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*If you like this post, feel free to share it (with attribution). Copyright © StealingFaith.com 2010-2013 | All rights reservedProudly powered by WordPress. Design by StylishWP



OnDemand Live TV 1 News Now weatherlive streamssend us your story1 NEWS team News Sport Weather North IslandSouth Island Latest New Zealand World Entertainment Source:Lingerie giant Victoria's Secret is being slammed for perpetuating negative body image after publishing an advertisement of 10 thin, underwear-clad women with the slogan 'The Perfect Body'. Victoria's Secret campaignIn the twittersphere, people are calling for a "boycott" on the brand, labelling the ad "awful" and "unrealistic". Anorexia fears fuel 'shocking' Topshop skinny mannequins anger While Victoria's Secret models are renowned for their goddess-like bodies, 'The Perfect Body' slogan splashed across the campaign has sparked outrage. The Victoria's Secret "The Perfect Body" campaign makes me wanna throw up. Their idea of a "perfect" body is unrealistic. #iamperfect I don't have 2b anorexic to have a perfect body #iamperfect Why does #VictoriaSecret think it has to educate us on it's distorted views? I wonder how much working out and throwing up I have to do until I look like a model for @VictoriasSecret. #iamperfect Three British college students have started a petition, calling for Victoria's Secret to "apologise for, and amend the irresponsible marketing of your new bra range 'Body'". "We would like Victoria's Secret to apologise and take responsibility for the unhealthy and damaging message that their 'Perfect Body' campaign is sending out about women's bodies and how they should be judged," the Change.org petition says. The petition has accrued 11,500 supporters and counting, prompting the hashtag #iamperfect to go viral on Twitter. Many women have been using the hashtag to slam the lingerie company and promote a healthy body image. Say it with me #SmGirlfriends! I am BEAUTIFUL I am WORTHY #IAmPERFECT Stretch marks....because my body strained to get some hips and I'm alright with that. Victoria Secret perfect body collection? #iamperfect Dove has joined the chorus, republishing a previous campaign depicting their own underwear-clad women of various body types, dubbing it 'The Perfect Real Body'. Today we celebrate the perfect REAL body and all the women who have said "#IAmPerfect the way I am." #TBT pic.twitter.com/CFD2GfokGE no more contentback to toploading errornewsThe NZ First leader isn't giving anything away on which party he might back in a coalition.Fury's antics caused a small scuffle between camps but none of it seemed to affect the champ.The plane left Christchurch for Scott Base early Friday morning.The Mexico City Government said 60 people in all have been rescued since the quake hit on Wednesday.Trash talk has been part of the spectacle of international boxing for decades.Join the conversation and follow 1 NEWS on FacebookRolling stories and updates from the 1 NEWS teamDownload the 1 NEWS app for iPhone, iPad and AndroidSend us your footage or share your story with usExplore TVNZ1 News NowCorporateMore TVNZ





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