Posts by Stacey
Gallery of Offenders: Treating animals ethically, but what about women?
Date: September 2, 2010 | Posted By: StaceyQuestions to Consider: * What is this ad trying to convey? * Who is this ad’s intended audience? * What does a woman’s body have to do with the ethical treatment of animals? What We Think: They may be called People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, but it’s hard to remember the last Continue reading
Designers won’t think outside the sample size to dress Christina Hendricks
Date: | Posted By: StaceyYes, I’m on a Christina Hendricks kick. Can you blame me? Just a few days after my last post on the “Mad Men” star and some supposed Photoshopping shenanigans, Christina strutted down the Emmy Awards red carpet Sunday. While it may have been tough to notice anything other than the ravishing redhead’s um, assets (which Continue reading
“America’s Next Top Model” winner wants you to love your body
Date: August 31, 2010 | Posted By: Stacey“America’s Next Top Model” and “healthy body image”? Trying to find a correlation between those two things normally gives me a headache. But “ANTM”‘s first plus-size winner, Whitney Thompson, is trying to bring body acceptance to the masses as the face—and, duh, body—of the 5th Annual Hollywood National Organization for Women (NOW) Love Your Body Day. Continue reading
Christina Hendricks’ curves should never be Photoshopped
Date: August 26, 2010 | Posted By: StaceyPoems should be written about “Mad Men” star Christina Hendricks’ curves. No, really. The actress has one of those unbelievably beautiful bodies that only Botticelli could have dreamed up. The show’s costume department must have a field day dressing her up in vintage styles that showcase breasts, hips, and butt (all of which she has Continue reading
E! considers eating disorders TV-worthy entertainment?
Date: August 24, 2010 | Posted By: StaceyInterested in watching a girl eat ant-covered food out of the garbage? Or how about a guy who continually chews and swallows entire packs of gum? Stellar entertainment, right? It may sound like a “Fear Factor” ripoff, but it’s actually “What’s Eating You?”–the E! network’s new eating disorder reality show. Oh boy. The always-classy E! Continue reading
About-Facers take action!
Date: August 19, 2010 | Posted By: StaceyThere’s nothing we like to see more than About-Face supporters take action! Check out 16-year-old cousins Danika and Arika making good use of our Covert Dressing Room Action Kit at a mall near Denver, CO. The girls told us a bit about what motivated them to act, and we hope you find their words as Continue reading
Proenza Schouler and “Top Model” get waist-ed
Date: August 17, 2010 | Posted By: StaceyFlat abs, lean legs, perky breasts: these fashion industry staples have been mandated so long, you can pretty much expect to find them on any straight-size model. But what’s the newest must-have on the runways? A teeny-tiny, impossibly thin waist. Obviously, this trend isn’t a new one (ever heard of a corset?), but recent media Continue reading
Girl Scouts aim to change the face of fashion
Date: August 12, 2010 | Posted By: StaceyThey’ve been around for nearly a century, count 3.3 million members worldwide, and are considered a preeminent leadership development organization. In case the only thing you know about the Girl Scouts is their unwavering dedication to supplying America with Thin Mints, it’s time to learn more. With the help of four Wilhelmina Curve models (the Continue reading
Eminem and Rihanna cause domestic abuse controversy with “Love the Way You Lie” video
Date: August 10, 2010 | Posted By: StaceyHow would you feel watching a domestic abuse victim admit her desire for more pain? What if the cycle of violence were enacted by two celebrities, alternating between scenes of fierce aggression and passionate love? What if all these images were set to a number-one, radio-friendly rap hit? Would you call it glamorization of a Continue reading
Sophia Bush thinks Urban Outfitters is as bad as we do
Date: August 3, 2010 | Posted By: StaceyThere’s nothing better than a celebrity who recognizes how sucky the media can be. Sophia Bush (“One Tree Hill”) isn’t about to fall prey to any warped body image messages, and she doesn’t think you should either. The actress recently took to her blog to rant about Urban Outfitters’ offensive “Eat Less” t-shirt. Here’s what Continue reading