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The transsexual parade otherwise known as the Victoria’s Secret lingerie show: part 5 - Heidi Klum
One person nominated this site for the “most bitter website” award because it describes Heidi Klum as masculine. She was flabbergasted, like no doubt some other people are when they come across Heidi Klum being called masculine, which is likely not at a whole lot of places apart from this site. This woman has undoubtedly encountered Heidi Klum being portrayed in an exalted/glamorous manner, as shown in the examples below.
The astounded woman likely did not encounter images of Heidi Klum, like the following, where she looks like a man in drag. Notice that there is no way the drag queen look can be explained in terms of pose, hairstyle or make-up; Heidi’s face is unambiguously manly. Readers who missed Heidi Klum’s manly face in the table above should look again carefully, especially the middle picture, and try to imagine her without breast implants.
Next, look at the following two pictures.
Between the two women shown above, it is obvious who is more suitable as a lingerie model, but the more suitable woman is also the type that is very unlikely to be used by Victoria’s Secret Company!
Heidi Klum has been an active model in her late twenties and she even modeled for Victoria’s Secret in her early thirties, shortly after giving birth. Therefore, it would help to compare her to a feminine woman with a physique leaning toward a mother’s. The woman used for comparative purposes below is Dana Benn from Nadine Jansen’s website.
It should be obvious who has a more feminine face.
Notice Heidi Klum’s wide hips, but even the addition of breast implants does not give her an hourglass figure because of her broad rib cage.
Dana doesn’t have a narrow rib cage either, but do you hear heterosexual men complaining?
The width of Heidi Klum’s hips should not be mistaken to imply femininity since her backside is flattened. Also note that her pelvis is vertically elongated, giving it a masculine appearance.
Inferring femininity from the pictures of Dana’s backside is a no brainer.
Some objections could be raised about the choice of Dana for comparative purposes. For instance, her somewhat saggy breasts could be pointed out as undesirable. However, in the context of mainstream lingerie modeling, she would not be posing nude and will be wearing a supportive bra. The following pictures leave no doubt about the suitability of Dana’s physique for lingerie modeling as far as the general public is concerned.
Note: In the event that some find the abdominal adiposity of Dana in the right image objectionable, she could be made to lose some fat in this region, which would reduce her breast size, too, but still leave large breasts. As a side note, Dana is obviously grotesquely obese from the perspective of gay fashion designers.
Another objection could be that a model should not look like/approach the looks of a mother, and this means that an alternative model needs to be sought, which in our case will be Maria A. from Domai.
The following image shows a young Heidi Klum, before she got breast implants, and although the comparison doesn’t involve the same pose, a more overall manly appearance of Heidi Klum, including a broad rib cage and manly arms, can be easily made out.
The following image features Heidi Klum with breast implants, but once again note that even the presence of wide hips is unable to give her a feminine appearance because of her broad rib cage, robust skeletal frame, broad shoulders, manly face, etc.
More pictures of Heidi’s flattened backside.
Note: The middle picture is also of Heidi Klum.
Heidi Klum is no match for the feminine beauty of Maria.
Next, Heidi is compared to a woman who doesn’t happen to have a high level of femininity, but if someone with her looks is chosen as a lingerie model, one will not be getting a whole lot of complaints from lifetime-exclusive heterosexual men, though almost all such men [and also most women] aware of Heidi’s masculinization and fake femininity will consider Heidi to be unsuited for high-profile lingerie modeling.
The woman shown below is Renee from FTV girls.
Heidi Klum’s rise to major stardom resulted from her Victoria’s Secret and Sports Illustrated work. Before this, she was not a big mainstream high-fashion model, presumably because she came to the attention of modeling agencies in her late teens, when her robust skeletal frame prevented her from approximating the looks of boys in their early adolescence, which likely did not make her very appealing to gay fashion designers, but add breast implants plus posing tricks, and an illusion of femininity can be achieved for the poorly informed masses, which works very well for the homosexuals that dominate the fashion business because they can avoid using feminine women when the job -- e.g., lingerie modeling, Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue -- requires them to do so. Returning back to the woman who nominated this site for the “most bitter website” award because it describes Heidi Klum as masculine, the existence of people shocked by Heidi Klum being called masculine partly justifies the need for this site.