Thin Is On The Way Out And Some Men Love Chubby

I don't want to be morbidly obese or unhealthily fat or thin... I just want to be a healthy slim size for my height !

some bonuses to being chubby are

bigger boobs

curves in all the right places

at least men know you are healthy and like food and will not snap in two 

you will live longer with healthy bones and collegian and elastine 

the human body was never meant to be 100% fat free

and like the song says "Big girl you are beautiful"

"a whole lot of woman needs a whole lot more!""

and I do... I would like a nice big house to catter for my size and needs with plenty of luxury... just a few poshy units to rent and a nice futuristic house at Mt Tamborine and a mansion in french country side or East Europe and my banking company ... I would be happy.... 

some men find fat very very sexy..... in bed... !!!!! 

another benefit is ... being a bit chubby chances are you're not getting as much if you are single !!! 

hotty thin bodies are over rated !!!! fat can be sexy on a woman!!! our bodies were built to have babies and its just biological fact!
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2 Responses May 5, 2012

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2012-05-04/vogue-bans-under-16-models/3990762<br />
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Vogue bans skinny, underage models<br />
Updated May 04, 2012 15:05:05<br />
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PHOTO: Vogue Australia has been known to retouch runway shots to put weight on girls. (Philippe Desmazes: AFP)<br />
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The editors of all 19 editions of Vogue around the world have pledged to use only healthy models no younger than 16 on their editorial pages in an attempt to shift the fashion industry's approach to body image.<br />
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Anna Wintour, editor of Vogue's flagship US edition, and Emmanuelle Alt of Paris Vogue - which caused an uproar in 2010 with a photo spread featuring a 10-year-old girl - are among those who agreed to the pact.<br />
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"Vogue believes that good health is beautiful," said Jonathan Newhouse, chairman of Conde Nast International and a scion of the New York publishing family that privately owns the world's most influential fashion title.<br />
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"Vogue editors around the world want the magazines to reflect their commitment to the health of the models who appear on the pages and the wellbeing of their readers," he added.<br />
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In a six-point pact to appear in their respective June issues, the editors pledge to not to knowingly work with models under the age of 16 or with those "who appear to have an eating disorder".<br />
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"We will work with models who, in our view, are healthy and help us to promote a healthy body image," they said.<br />
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The editors will also instruct modelling agencies not to send them underage models, require casting directors to check models' ID prior to photo shoots and encourage "healthy backstage working conditions".<br />
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Fashion designers, meanwhile, will be encouraged - though not obliged - to "consider the consequences of unrealistically small sample (dress) sizes ... which encourages the use of extremely thin models."<br />
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"We will be ambassadors for the message of healthy body image," the pact concludes.<br />
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AUDIO: Vogue editor talks to The World Today (The World Today)<br />
Editor of Vogue Australia Kirstie Clements says the issue of positive body image in the fashion industry is an important one.<br />
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"As an editor, I have to make choices on a daily basis about the images we feature and the messages we are sending," she wrote in this month's editorial.<br />
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It is a discussion, it's Hollywood, it is a discussion with everybody about how we represent and celebrate women and the female form.<br />
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Australian Vogue editor Kirstie Clements<br />
"Long ago we made the decision not to feature models that were younger than 16, and we have always strived to present models that we knew to be healthy. But I know there are contradictions. Who is naturally slim? Who is dieting sensibly or irresponsibly? Who is exercising or over-exercising?<br />
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"We've been known to retouch shots, especially from the runway, to put weight on the girls, which obviously begs the question, why are they so thin in the first place?"<br />
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She says the changes are reflective of a cultural consensus around the world on body image.<br />
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"I think it is a general reflection of how society feels about it, about listening to the conversations that are happening out there about the consumer. The consumer is very much the critic and you have to listen to that, you can't just keep forcing an opinion on people," she said.<br />
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"The conversation has to be had with designers, with casting agents particularly from the European catwalks which is where you see most of the trends emanating.<br />
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"It is a discussion, it's Hollywood, it is a discussion with everybody about how we represent and celebrate women and the female form."<br />
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The Model Alliance says it welcomes Vogue's "impressive lead" and hopes other magazines will follow suit.<br />
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"The use of underage models is linked to financial exploitation, eating disorders, interrupted schooling, and contributes to models' overall lack of empowerment in the workplace," it said in a statement.<br />
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"We simply believe that 14 is too young to be working in this very grown-up industry, and we're glad that Conde Nast International is making this commitment."<br />
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PHOTO: A Paris Vogue shoot featuring Thylane Loubry Blondeau, aged 10, was heavily criticised. (© Vogue)<br />
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Topics: fashion, print-media, eating-disorders, united-states<br />
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First posted May 04, 2012 09:28:07

having been both thin and fat at different stages of my life .... I can say that being thin will not make people like you!!! being thin will not make men you like love you. <br />
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the only benefit to being thin was less physical strain on my back and joints and move mobility and flexibility ... !!!! but it didn't make men treat me better or love me or want to romance me !!!! <br />
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infact I found other girls more abusive towards me when I was thin... very abusive infact!!!!<br />
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I found bec kirk and katy robinson to be extremely physically and psychologically abusive towards me ... bashing me threatening me.... and they had no care for me what so ever that I was having a nervous breakdown with the death of my grandmother and what happened to Bill etc... and when I was thin men kicked me and called me lezo and went around making up stories about me to everyone trying to ruin my career and a fat ugly married man raped me for 24 hrs til I had a stroke and now I have no money and heaps of medical bills ....