I wanted to touch on this subject seeing as it has been all over the net for the last few days and wanted to know what everyone thought about it.
The picture is supposed to symbolise what a real women is... but is a real women defined by having saddle bags or wrinkles? I don't think a real women should be purely objectified by what she looks like naked, whether slim, curvy or larger. Personally, I think it is all good but what truly makes a women beautiful is not the size of her waistband or the length of her legs but simply the fact that she can have the confidence to not care what other people think and to love herself just the way she is.
What are your thoughts on this matter? Do you think its fair to say, just because the women to the left is slightly larger then a catwalk model she is more beautiful? or should beauty be based on who she is and what she stands for?