Women are already having to worry about being too fat, too thin, too busty, not busty enough, too blonde, too dark, to hairy, too tall, too short, too saggy, too muscly… and apparently, now we are also supposed to invest time and maybe even money in worrying about our mons pubis?!
Tony Abbott supporters have started a hashtag on twitter in an attempt to show their support and help him keep the top job while the threat of a spill hangs over his head.
The post-baby bodies of female celebrities: we apparently cannot get enough of them.
We either praise their super-fast return to being slim and fit or criticize them for daring to step outside the house while being a bit heavier than they were on their last pre-pregnancy red carpet stroll. Something I have learned from the media about female celebrities is that stepping outside the home after having a baby, whether it’s to buy groceries or attend an event, is done purely for the purpose of flaunting, displaying or showing off your body. It seems no one is modest enough to simply leave their body at home while they pop to the shops and any return to public life should be considered the Big Reveal, done purely for the benefit of the waiting public.
The article starts with this line:
PRAY tell, why does Lara Bingle feel the need to go out in public without a bra?
And honestly, I was so mad I wanted to stop reading it right then and there. It goes on to criticise Lara Bingle for various public appearances where she has dared to appear wearing clothes apparently without a bra underneath.