Everyone is freaking out about Michelle Kobke, who managed to create a tiny waist by wearing tight corsets.
Personally, I find it disturbing to look at, but if her body is her temple, she is free to desecrate it.
Our eyes may not be accustomed to this distorted hourglass figure, but I don’t think it’s any stupider than getting obviously fake breasts.
Women are doing horrible things to their bodies all the time and as we have discussed, men are up to no good too. I don’t know why people aren’t commenting on Angelina Jolie‘s choice of over-sized implants that are so disproportionate to her small frame. Is it because she’s supposed to be an icon of courage and righteousness?
Huge lips, tiny noses, enormous implants, hair extensions, fake cheekbones, it’s all bad. Michelle Kobke’s waist shouldn’t come as a shock at this point. Our bodies have ceased to be our temples and have become our enemies. My own body is generously providing me with hot flashes and a nice roll of flab where once there was muscle. I’m not going to make my temple a battleground! I’m not going to do ONE SINGLE sit-up.
Because all my energy goes to my hair.