if i may: the photo is beautiful, as is the model, but with her jaw pointed upwards towards the light, and the lack of warm lighting on her body makes the model seem slightly dis-proportioned. the focus is on her face, which is beautiful, but makes the curves of her ribs down to her navel seem bleak and almost dull in comparison.
This is very disrespectful. She is stretching which makes the ribs more visible. I think she is beautiful and it's awful to assume you know anything about a persons eating habits based on a photo. I've known plenty of girl who eat, who even try to gain weight, but struggle to do so and they have comments about how they need to eat a sandwich thrown at them all the time.
Yes, I'm one of those girls, and I can't see how someone can find something so painful attractive. No one seems to realize how a lack of any body fat effects a person. It isn't fun, and supporting such a view can drive a person to believe they aren't better off any other way. Hell, I need a sandwich, I could personally use a whole buffet.
And it's not that she isn't pretty, she's quite beautiful, but to see people comment about her "perfect body" is quite sickening. It isn't healthy. I'm not healthy, and to have such a body is taxing. Yes, maybe she does eat regularly or more, but that doesn't make it much more appealing.
It hurts to heavy lift, it hurts to be pushed or shoved. I want to know how being skinny is so perfect in societies eyes, when simply functioning is virtually out of the question.
I realize my question was harsh, and I apologize, but it miffs me to see so many people blindly supporting such "perfection".
Again it looks more like the position she is in. We can't even see enough of her. And there are plenty of skinny people who lift weights and can function perfectly well.
I think it's sickening to see judgmental comments about what she needs to eat to meet a random strangers approval on the internet. You have no knowledge of this girl, her eating habits, her workout routines, or anything. Also I don't know why you think everyone has to appeal to your personal taste or share it.
I don't think being unhealthy rather it be on the fat or thin side should be promoted, but no one should be body shamed either.