I feel kind of not good so what better to do than have a post comprised of all kinds of things I like?
favorite show (one of)
Game I used to be
addicted to obsessed with.
One of the favorite foods (the other is below)
Reeses are good but peanut butter……I LOVE IT! The #1.
Cutie pie animals get me every time.
“Khloé Kardashian Aims to Be Bikini-Ready by June”
The headline reads loud and clear. Another celebrity has declared their body unsuitable and decided to embark on a weightloss journey. This is just one of many articles preaching the same sort of thing: “Not perfect yet? Here’s How!”
“Firm Abs, tight butt!” “Lose 30 lbs!”
All these body-improving articles always get me thinking about what effect they take on our minds. Do we see these things and think….”you know, I do need to firm my butt. My butt sucks….wow. I must do something do about this.” Do these articles affect our sense of self?
America is already home to a large amount of obese and overweight people. It has become our calling card. So, in a sense, we may need some improving. However, according to a recent Women’s Health article nearly 30% of women feel stressed about food everyday. We have demonized food to the point that we love it and hate all at the same point.
According to Media Awareness.com,”Women’s magazines are full of articles urging that if they can just lose those last twenty pounds, they’ll have it all—the perfect marriage, loving children, great sex, and a rewarding career. Why are standards of beauty being imposed on women, the majority of whom are naturally larger and more mature than any of the models? The roots, some analysts say, are economic. By presenting an ideal difficult to achieve and maintain, the cosmetic and diet product industries are assured of growth and profits.”
So do these magazine continually feed our desire to improve and diet? Or are they the cause of all this dieting and body-loathing? The question remains.