Pay no mind to the body conscious haters who focus on the leanness of her build.
I'd rather view / appreciate a thin model's body instead of an obese one's due to a lean build representing "better health". (And this model is rather healthy by the outward looks of it in my opinion.)
Well, if she look "too skinny" to you as she does to most of these Amerikans, it's because of the way she's posed. I bet you anything most of you would not say a thing was she just standing up straight, arms down at her sides. Looks healthy to me.
muscle tone doesn't necessarily mean they have a mental disorder or not. Many anorexics work out- and thu have tons of muscle tone. Please be aware that a mental illness can not always be based on PHYSICAL appearance.
I suffer from anorexia- and I get a bit sick and tired hearing people diagnose people with an eating disorder based solely on their body composition.
For some people there, I'd like to say something. If the model is too fat, you're gonna say she's a fatty pig. But if she's skinny you're gonna say she's anorexic. What do you want actually? Stop for being judgemental. This is ART, people! Please critique the art in a smart way. Yeah, she's skinny, so what's wrong with that? Why she have to change her body to your liking? It's her body, she likes it, she's a model after all. As long as she's healthy then it's fine. How can you tell she's anorexic, like you know her for ten years? Oh please.
I'm saying this because I'm naturally skinny like her. Your comments really piss me off [maybe another naturally born skinny people feel this as well]. You seems to label skinny people are sick. I'm with ~sarafitforbattle You guys are so mean to skinny people. You are so angry if someone says fat people are ugly, you want to be respected because you're big and fat. But why oh whyyy can't you do the same to skinny people as well? Selfish. Ha, grew up!
I'm with you, some people's comments here are pointless. I don't get it why It's totally fine if they don't like, disagree, even hate this kind of art. Just include a helping explanation so that the photographer could make a better one. We all respect all the appreciation right?
Being too fat, wrong. Being too thin, false. Then what is right actually?