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Fri, 12/23/2005 - 14:42 Erik Gay fashion designers

Zahi: Pedophilia implies a preference for pre-pubescents; a preference for adolescents is termed hebephilia. Most homosexuals are not sexually attracted to children, but a much greater proportion of them are attracted to children than heterosexuals (ref: here and here).

Thu, 12/22/2005 - 22:54 zahi stephens Gay fashion designers

if their idea of beauty is adolescent boys, doesn't that make it pedophilia? even regardless of sexual orientation? the question is whether pedophilia is to be socially acceptable, even at the expense of supressing natural femininity. it doesn't follow that homosexuals are necessarily attracted to children.

Sun, 11/27/2005 - 00:22 pe Elle MacPherson vs. Monica from FTV girls

Monica -- definetly!

Sun, 11/27/2005 - 00:06 pez Backside comparison: Daria Werbowy vs. Cindy D.

Speaking as a lifetime exclusive heterosexual, I'd choose Cindy over Daria -- any day. Cindy has a lovely feminine face and her backside is shapely and sublime. Daria, on the other hand, has a harsh looking masculinised face and the body of a slim adolescent boy. No thanks!

Fri, 11/25/2005 - 17:23 Erik Backside comparison: Daria Werbowy vs. Cindy D.

Dariafan: I have already pointed out that the gay domination of the fashion business is so extensive that one has no choice but to seek pictures of attractive and feminine women from adult-oriented sources.

Whereas you may find Daria Werbowy’s androgyny sexually appealing, I hope you are aware that Daria Werbowy would not register as attractive, let alone fabulous in the minds of the great majority of exclusively heterosexual men and also most women.

You are right, there are many better quality pictures of Daria available out there, and I have provided some of them here, but I resorted to the screen captures above because I was not able to find a picture of her that showed the contours of her backside.

Fri, 11/25/2005 - 12:02 diariafan Backside comparison: Daria Werbowy vs. Cindy D.

well, after having a look in your site, i'd say that according to you only pornostars and a few other women are attractive in the world!
not all the high fashion models are attractive, some of them are undoubtedly too skinny, but to me... daria werbowy is the sexiest tomboy in the world! her adroginity is simply fabolous!
and that cindy is like a piece of boiled meat compared to her!
btw, there're plenty of better pictures of daria than those you posted.

Mon, 11/21/2005 - 00:55 Java_Junky Backside comparison: Daria Werbowy vs. Cindy D.

I don't know what it is but skinny super models with nothing but skin and bones are nto appealing at all, most are down right ugly. That is why Cindy is a better choise, she looks natural, and has some body on her. Also, I don't think that most men could put up with a models lifestyle of eating little and constant exercise. Just my opion.

Sun, 11/20/2005 - 15:47 Erik Backside comparison: Daria Werbowy vs. Cindy D.

Java_junky: I do not know the last name of Cindy above. Besides, chances are that even Cindy is a pseudonym. Many glamour models do not use their real names. If you find her pictures at a different site, they will likely be filed under a different name.

Sat, 11/19/2005 - 03:39 java_junky Backside comparison: Daria Werbowy vs. Cindy D.

What is her full name? Cindy D....?
Does anyone know?
I'd go with Cindy over the super model.

Fri, 11/18/2005 - 19:34 Erik Welcome!

me*myself and*I: Whereas you may find high-fashion models and also high cheekbones in women beautiful, most people don’t. It has been repeatedly shown that the central tendency in a population is to regard women with “more feminine than average” looks better looking. Increasing androgenization results in a higher placement of the cheekbones on the face, the evidence for which I have both cited and shown photographically. Your comment is not very clear, but if you are saying that the high-fashion models that I have shown are not more masculine looking than women on average, then you surely need to go through this site more thoroughly. Most people do not need to look at the anthropological literature that I have cited to note the above average overall masculinization in high-fashion models; it is obvious.

Cee: Since my site primarily focuses on feminization vs. masculinization in women, it is important to not introduce an ethnicity confound since there is an overlap between trait variation due to ethnicity and trait variation due to masculinization-feminization. Hence, the comparisons have to be within ethnic groups. Since most high-fashion models are of European ancestry and a large number of photos of white women are available, it is partly a matter of convenience for me to focus on women of European ancestry. Also, I am primarily targeting a Western audience and hence the choice of white women is most appropriate.

The photo featuring Alek Wek is not supposed to compare her attractiveness to that of the white female next to her, but simply presents an example of striking contrast that I have used as one of several examples to refute the notion that high-fashion models basically function as clothes hangars in fashion shows. In fact, I am not aware of any objective criteria that I could use to compare the attractiveness of Alek Wek with that of the white female. Attractive women are found in all populations, but because of notable differences in physical appearance across populations, attractiveness cannot be compared across populations using exacting criteria. I will clarify this issue in the FAQ section in the future after I add some more data to this site.

You are mistaken about me using mostly blonde women. Most women that I have shown are brunettes. Look carefully…what appears to be blonde hair is often a bleach-, ammonia-, peroxide- or dye-job.

The use of “cheesecake” is unavoidable. It is necessary to show what feminine physique proportions and contours are about. Thanks to the gay domination of the fashion business, there are no sources other than adult-oriented sources where pictures of a large number of attractive and feminine women can be obtained. Nevertheless, I will be trying to obtain pictures of bikini-clad attractive and feminine women from non-adult-oriented sources, and if you know of some attractive and feminine women who might be interested in being featured at my site, please let me know.

Fri, 11/18/2005 - 15:59 Cee Welcome!

I rather enjoyed your article on "Skinny Fashion Models: Why are fashion models so skinny". I found it rather informative, especially in regards to homosexual dominance within the fashion industry and how their influence affects the body types seen on runways. But there was one thing I noticed about the entirety of your site: you seem to deem white feminine beauty as the standard. Your website is dominated by nothing but photos of white women; celebrities and many of the "cheesecake" variety (very poor choice indeed!). The only picture you had of a "woman of colour" was one of Alek Wek with her photo in comparison to a blonde/blue-eyed (and that's all I see on your website w/ the exception of some brunettes) model of "finer" features. In caption, you added, and I quote, "Fig. 16: Models of strikingly different appearance placed next to each other are bound to attract attention." I will put empahsis on "strikingly different appearance"; were you inferring that the blonde is more beautiful with more acceptable features than the very dark model of larger, "unacceptable" features? You mention this use of designers using models of "different appearance" in shows, but your site also lacks the "appearances" of beautiful women of color. I then question what your idea/ideal of beauty is. What do you deem beautiful? From the looks of your website, white beauty is the ONLY accepted standard.

Fri, 11/18/2005 - 09:12 me*myself and*I Welcome!

Please! the article feminime vs. masculine is so stupid! These models are beautiful and not "masculine". High checkbones make women prettier. When you can´t see the checkbones in the face of a woman she is not beautiful, that´s my opinion

Tue, 11/15/2005 - 04:04 Jim Online Facial masculinization in beauty pageant contestants: an example from the Miss Germany 2002 pageant

This is an interesting observation. I have never thought of this notion before. I have watched a lot of pagents and I have never seen such things. Perhaps I was just captivated by the beauty that I see. I never had any idea how biology and genetics play their roles.

Mon, 10/31/2005 - 16:47 Erik Welcome!

See this thread for a critique of some of the arguments mentioned within this site and my response to the criticism.