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Gisele Bundchen slams skinny fashion models
A few weeks ago, the following news was reported at many outlets (e.g., here):
Gisele Bundchen has slammed super-skinny models who don't eat to stay slim.
The stunning supermodel warned her colleagues shouldn't jeopardize their health by starving to keep their looks.
The Brazilian beauty told TV show 'Entertainment Tonight': "It's important to remember that if you don't put gas in your car, it's going to stop. Similarly, if I don't put food in my body, I'm going to die. I eat whatever there is to eat because I don't want to faint on the runway."
Gisele presently looks better (see below for a month-old picture of her), but she has been very skinny in the past herself.
Her advice to high-fashion models is completely useless. Even small children intuitively know what she has said above. Most high-fashion models that starve themselves do so because if they do not maintain a very skinny appearance, they will have to seek alternative employment. Therefore, Gisele should have slammed the demand for very skinny high-fashion models on the part of the gays that dominate the top ranks of fashion designers, but to be fair to her, if she did this, her modeling job offers would rapidly start drying up -- after all, few non-gays would find a woman with her looks appealing enough to use her as a model.
It is obvious that Gisele is in a position to eat better than the majority of high-fashion models out there, given her high status. To explain this further, whereas it is clear that gay fashion designers prefer flat-chested models, they occasionally tolerate breast implants, even massive ones as in Gisele, but the models that they tolerate the implants on are typically those that have acquired some public prominence. Similarly, whereas gay fashion designers prefer teenage girls as fashion models, sometimes they are known to use models that are in their late 20s, and these models are the ones that have attained a decent amount of fame.
Just as fashion designers occasionally resort to bizarre clothing or other practices to attract attention toward their designs on stage, using famous models serves this purpose also, even if some characteristics of these models may be less desirable from their perspective. However, it is highly unlikely that a woman who is just about planning to start her high-fashion modeling career will be considered acceptable by gay fashion designers if she is in her mid-twenties or if she isn’t masculine and skinny enough to look like an adolescent boy. The majority of high-fashion models do not have the status of Gisele Bundchen and cannot afford to deviate from the looks preferred by the gays that dominate high fashion.
Gisele Bundchen will hopefully slam gay fashion designers for being the ultimate source of the problem when she retires from modeling.