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What size is right What size is wrong I ponder these questions everyday as some people do too Why today in our society is everyone so judgmental and so concerned about being thin in shape and perfect If we are supposed to look like models we would But we do not we are all different we are all special in our own ways God made us all different for a purpose and if he wanted us to be perfect we would be In recent history the idea of feminine beauty has been shifting towards a less healthy overly thin model More than 25000 years ago when humans first evolved women exaggerated their reproductive organs like breasts and hips using fertility symbols Slim woman were not considered beautiful because they could not afford enough food to keep their body full and healthy I think that in todays world we are judged too harshly about our looks People mostly women and young girls are told their supposed to be pretty and petite I know that growing up I never wanted to be heavy I always wanted to be the perfect size and look like all the beautiful models in the fashion magazines Every woman you see in these fashion magazines is a size zero or a size two Not the size of a normal average woman Women posing for these magazines are very tall and have a very straight body Hutson 2 They do not have curves or average figures This makes women and young girls think they are not in good shape They think they are too big In reality the average female is between a size eight to a size twelve not a size zero or two like a model Most women are curvier They have broader shoulders and a more narrow waist and broader hips But women are taught this is not good They think they should be think and
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