Such a wonderful piece! I am usually not one for somewhat obscene photography but I feel as if it captures a certain femininity of your model. She's just absolutely stunning! And it doesn't show too much. Although nice covering of the body always looks great, she just seems to look better without. Again, so wonderful!
Ich finde das ehrlich gesagt ebenso nicht sehr nett. Ich finde auch nicht, dass man das dann so ausdrücken sollte, WishuKaiser. Vielleicht liegt es daran, dass ich selbst sehr dünn bin, obwohl ich den ganzen Tag esse. Verschiedene Menschen, verschiedene Körper. Es gibt diverse Faktoren für eine Figur und darüber könnte man nachdenken, bevor man ein Feedback hinterlässt, was andere kränken könnte.
To be honest, I don't think you were nice. The phrases you used were really mean, WishuKaiser. Probably I think so because I'm a slim person as well but I literally eat the whole day. Different people have different body types. There are many factors for the weight of a person as well. Please think before you write something that could hurt someone.
Maybe I overreacted slightly. It's just that I'm so sick of seeing others always defending what I find disgusting, while critisizing what I think is perfect - those trends destroy what I find beautiful and right in this world... Imagine how much hate I would get for writing "she is fat and should loose weight"? And I could sign that under almost every second pic here...
Hey, I hear ya. There are so many naturally slim girls that get chastised for being just what they are (told to "eat more" or something along that bullshit). You especially hear it when a slim girl sucks in her stomach or in a position that makes her ribcage become more prominent. This should be common and natural for anyone who is within their normal health bracket as gravity or position or pulling abdomen would . So hearing otherwise makes me think many of these people have never seen such a thing making them think it's bizarre, which leads me to think there is a massive ratio of overweight and obese people (way more than the statistical 65% in North America).
It's sad, really. Granted it's not healthy if someone is too underweight for their bracket but the amount of healthy slim girls that get harrassed for being skinny versus the overweight and obese people for being too fat is way out of proportion. No wonder the obesity rate is increasing so much. Peer pressure is persuasive, especially in the adolescent population.
"the amount of healthy slim girls that get harrassed for being skinny versus the overweight and obese people for being too fat is way out of proportion" this is so true. i agree wholeheartedly with your entire statement.