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You wouldn’t know why someone is skinny. I was skinny and everyone assumed I didn’t eat. There’s no way of knowing by looking. She’s asking about aesthetics not psychology. 🤷♀️
@VIVANT I know, but I'm saying when you *can* tell by looking, because they're so emaciated. I know we're probably talking about extremes then, which was also kind of my point. There's no point in worrying about ribcages otherwise.
No you can’t tellPeople can look evacuates and be completely healthy just have super fast metabolism And someone can be starving and be a normal weight Or even fat. Starvation is relative to what where you are coming from not where you are at. Also does it matter if it’s anorexia or cystic fibrosis or cancer.. I mean I just do t see the point in calling people anorexic. A body either looks attractive to someone or it does not. Many people have no choice in how thin they are. adding displaced morality to it is just another challenge to face. Sorry i dont mean to pick on you you just touched on a cultural trend I find paradoxical in its formation and approach. I wasn’t meaning to sound justice I just find it quizzical 😊
@VIVANT Don't tell me you can't see that there's something wrong there. I'm not calling people anorexic just because they're thin or skinny. I'm just using it as an example of cases - like the one in the pic I just linked - where the person is clearly not healthy.I like "skinny" girls. I think the girl in @imthequeen's example is attractive.
Sure but we wouldn’t know why she’s skinny. Was my point. If she pigged out all day but had an absorption problem that wouldn’t Make it attractive. whereas most “ anorexia “ are normal weight or slightly below. Bigger than the woman in the picture. People get disguised with anorexia based on psychological profiling.My point is a person looks the way they do despite the reason. Most models with the body of the woman in the post are going to be considered anorexic by medical community whether they are or are not trying to harm themselves. Being attractive isn’t the same as not being anorexic ( as far as conventional usage) and being “ anorexic” doesn’t make them unattractive.The woman in the pick you uploaded wouldn't look less thin if it turned out she just couldn’t absorb food or had a super human metabolism I guess I’m saying, what’s wrong with saying “ its fine, unless it’s too thin”Why add on extra guess work about presumed psychological disposition?
@VIVANT To provide a relatable example of the extreme that we'd have to be talking about for ribcages to look straight up unattractive on anyone, so that hopefully she can see that it isn't something you'd have to worry about unless she ever has to deal with such an extreme. If you don't think anorexia is an adequate example, then that's my bad, but I don't think an example was inappropriate.
Sure I understand. But anorexic are not necessarily skinny let alone starving. I guess you could say unless all bones are protruding like a famine victim.. . Bc it’s actually natural for a bit of rib to show with lean people. Anyhow I was just saying using the term anorexic is a stereotype that gets used against people and doesn’t even necessity mean any thinner than the picture in her postAnorexic don’t normally look like famine victims. maybe 1% Anyhow obviously you can say what you want. I was just curious. 😊😊
@VIVANT Alright. I value the input, lol.
Thank you I appreciate yoir talking to me snd is not switching to a gag war 🥵 🙏 🙏 😊
@VIVANT Lmao, ditto. ^^
she's a victoria secrets supermodel ahaha
Yes.. If I can see your ribs (clearly), you're probably too skinny. You look great, but don't become obsessed with being too thin.
ah hell no sorry gtfo
Lol don't be sorry Then can you rate me if sent you a pic?
nope sorry again
But how can I find a way to talk to you? :)