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The transsexual parade otherwise known as the Victoria’s Secret lingerie show: part 3 - Ana Beatriz Barros
Ana Beatriz Barros (left) has a more masculine face than Keeley Hazell's.
Some pictures of the face of Ana Beatriz Barros reveal above average masculinization, some could be mistaken for depicting a woman with a face in the normal-to-feminine range, as in the picture below, whereas in the figure after the one below, Ms. Barros leans toward a transsexual look.
In face photos where Ms. Barros looks more feminine, hair may be covering part of her face such as her [masculinized] jawline or [high] cheekbones and/or the effect is achieved by pose and make-up. Ms. Barros’ overall looks and a side-by-side comparison with a feminine woman leave no doubt about her above average masculinization. Some seemingly feminine features is Ms. Barros -- such as thick lips and a more protruding jaw compared to European women of comparable masculinization -- appear to be best conceptualized as elements of non-European ancestry in her/family features rather than indicators of feminization. Ancestry confounds are best avoided in comparisons, and this is why I initially left Ms. Barros out when I addressed ‘Who finds [top-ranked] “sexy fashion models” sexy?’ However, it appears that Ms. Barros simply has to be addressed, at least to avoid giving the impression that she is not discussed because she is among the women who are an exception to the general pattern of above-average masculinization among “sexy” fashion models.
In spite of breast implants, there is nothing feminine-looking about the physique of Ms. Barros; Keeley beats Ana hands down.
Ms. Barros also has relatively large, usightly feet.
Although Keeley’s backside isn’t her best part, it is easily more feminine than that of Ana’s.
As in previous entries, a comparison of Ms. Barros with a woman having small breasts and no exaggerated curves will reinforce the conclusion that Ms. Barros is indeed masculine and her physique approaches the looks of male-to-female transsexuals because of the way her form is but not because she is compared to a woman with exaggerated feminine curves.
The following woman is Annie B. from Met-Art; note the absence of anything approaching transsexual looks in her in spite of her not being very curvaceous. Annie B. is not suitable for high-profile lingerie modeling, but Ana Beatriz Barros is a “top-sexy” Victoria’s Secret lingerie model!