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#1
I take back what I said in an earlier thread about the Daily Mail being good, just look at this here, it's no wonder people lose loads of weight to fit in when people say this
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#3
That's disgusting.

The paper, not the girl.

And what the **** made you think the Daily Mail was good?
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#4
Wow, I actually want to hit that very hard...
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#5
Hahaha! Although I do not agree, I find that one of the most hillariously written news articles since the Pacman one in my local paper!
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That's disgusting.

The paper, not the girl.

And what the **** made you think the Daily Mail was good?


I agree... Its really disgusting.

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#8
She's an ambassador for flab, not curves.

Anyone who thinks the Mail is good is a bigot or a close-minded idiot with poor standards of acceptable, objective journalism, by the way.
#10
Regardless of size she's just not very good looking.
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#11
Call me an asshole, but I agree, obesity is becoming a large problem and the last thing we need is people advertising it. I'm no fan of anorexic models, but obesity is a far bigger problem in the western world nowadays. That said, I still think that they shouldn't have written the article with such a tone
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Wow, I actually want to hit that very hard...


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That's disgusting.

The paper, not the girl.

And what the **** made you think the Daily Mail was good?



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That's disgusting.

The paper, not the girl.

And what the **** made you think the Daily Mail was good?

It's funny to read, as long as you don't take it seriously. And read the one on Tuesday, with it's "you're all going to die" section. It's the funniest thing you can buy for under 50p.
I just like the nice twisting of fact that gets in there. Like saying the 'optimum' BMI is 20, when BMI actually has an optimum range of 20-25. So she's not hugely overweight. Also good, is that they actually come out and say that BMI is indicative of body fat levels, which it's not. It only tells you about mass/(height(in metres) squared). Body fat doesn't come into that calculation.
But, in conclusion, fun for the informed reader. Not good for the dummies.
#15
In my view, Chloe is a terrible role model.

I hope she doesn't win the Miss England title.

It would send an appalling - and very dangerous - message to other young women that it's OK to be fat.


Never mind the hundreds of models that send out the dangerous message to young women that you have to be thin?

She talks about the "skinny minnies" she'll be competing against. "All I wanted to do by entering this pageant was to send a message out to young girls that it is fine NOT to be a size zero."

Well, she's talking total rubbish.


So, by this logic, the writer thinks it isn't fine NOT to be size zero.

What a load of BS
#16
No, being fat is NOT alright.

Neither is being stupidly thin.

People should stop being such pussies about these issues; who cares about hurt feelings when people's health is at stake?

Anyway, she is slightly too fat to be hot. My ex-GF had the shapely curve down great, but this one is simply fat.
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#17
She is in no way dangerously overweight.

That's ****ing disgusting, and I hope you all join me in complaining to the Daily Mail... maybe to a rival paper so we can get these assholes some bad press. Or get that moronic writer fired.
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No, being fat is NOT alright.

Neither is being stupidly thin.

People should stop being such pussies about these issues; who cares about hurt feelings when people's health is at stake?


Correct.

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She is in no way dangerously overweight.

That's ****ing disgusting, and I hope you all join me in complaining to the Daily Mail... maybe to a rival paper so we can get these assholes some bad press. Or get that moronic writer fired.


Also correct. I'm overweight, but it's not posing a huge threat to my health. It's perhaps a stone, maybe a bit more. It's not like I'm double the weight I should be when you take my age and height into consideration, and the same thing applies to her. She is less at risk than someone who is a 'size 0'.
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I take back what I said in an earlier thread about the Daily Mail being good, just look at this here, it's no wonder people lose loads of weight to fit in when people say this


At least shes better than last years miss England, she was an Afgan refugee.
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Call me an asshole, but I agree, obesity is becoming a large problem and the last thing we need is people advertising it. I'm no fan of anorexic models, but obesity is a far bigger problem in the western world nowadays. That said, I still think that they shouldn't have written the article with such a tone


I agree that she's less of an 'ambassador for curves' than 'ambassador for flab' and I agree the Daily Mail does have a point, fat is not good and in a nation that is seriously catching up on the US in terms of obesity it's not a good image to be flouting; although yes the Daily Mail is a piece of fear mongering crap

But, I don't think people should be up in anger over the derision of someone who is clearly overweight and unhealthy, but rather the paper itself
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Regardless of size she's just not very good looking.

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She is in no way dangerously overweight.
...complaining to the Daily Mail... maybe to a rival paper so we can get these assholes some bad press. Or get that moronic writer fired.

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No, being fat is NOT alright.
Neither is being stupidly thin.


+1 to all those points
That writers seriously out of line! How that article got printed and passed all the editers I will never know... then again it was the daily mail...
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#24
when most of a teenage girls' role models these days are people like paris hilton, victoria beckham, lindsay lohan, keira knightley and nicole ritchie, it really can't hurt to have one or two who are size 16 as well.

but anyway, what a ridiculous article. that woman is a disgrace to journalism.
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Call me an asshole, but I agree, obesity is becoming a large problem and the last thing we need is people advertising it. I'm no fan of anorexic models, but obesity is a far bigger problem in the western world nowadays. That said, I still think that they shouldn't have written the article with such a tone

As much as I agree with this, I not only have a sister, but I have many friends who are girls, and from what I have not only heard but observed, women often have extremely low self esteem because of the way the media advertises that being thin is the only way to look pretty. This of course, is not true. My best friend is a girl and, while she if over weight, she is simply gorgeous. Allowing an overweight girl to become an icon of femininity lets women see that being super skinny is not the only way to look attractive. Although I don't find this particular girl to be attractive, I respect her for what she represents, and I respect those who helped her become a new icon.
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She is in no way dangerously overweight.

That's ****ing disgusting, and I hope you all join me in complaining to the Daily Mail... maybe to a rival paper so we can get these assholes some bad press. Or get that moronic writer fired.



Yeah, I will.

It's things like that that make young impressionable girls starve themselves until they have to be force-fed through a drip to their stomachs. Oh how healthy


Ok, I just read the rest of the article. WTF.


That girl is really pretty! she deserves to be there. And what is THIS:


"All I wanted to do by entering this pageant was to send a message out to young girls that it is fine NOT to be a size zero."

Well, she's talking total rubbish.



It's not ok to be more than a size 0?


Thanks for telling me, daily mail! And to think, I thought my anorexic days were behind me, gosh those silly doctors really did have me fooled when they told me I was dangerously underweight at a size 6!


Retards.
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Yeah, I will.

It's things like that that make young impressionable girls starve themselves until they have to be force-fed through a drip to their stomachs. Oh how healthy

But just how many do that? Personally, I know I see many more fat, sweaty whales struggling to get up the stairs than I do frail skeletons keeling over.

I think we all know which presents the greater problem; just the size 0 thing is over-sensationalised and skewed.
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but anyway, what a ridiculous article. that woman is a disgrace to journalism.

+1

At least she isn't in danger of imploding
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As much as I agree with this, I not only have a sister, but I have many friends who are girls, and from what I have not only heard but observed, women often have extremely low self esteem because of the way the media advertises that being thin is the only way to look pretty. This of course, is not true. My best friend is a girl and, while she if over weight, she is simply gorgeous. Allowing an overweight girl to become an icon of femininity lets women see that being super skinny is not the only way to look attractive. Although I don't find this particular girl to be attractive, I respect her for what she represents, and I respect those who helped her become a new icon.


I've got nothing against this girl or the fact that she joined a miss election. The problem is that it's one of the first signs that obesity is becoming accepted, it's much like aids. Back in the 80's people were ashamed of having aids, nowadays there is a gay community (not saying all gays are like this) in which many pride themselves for having aids so they can have all the unprotected sex they want. I just hope that won't happen with obesity. (Severe) obesity is still a disease and shouldn't be encouraged
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Call me an asshole, but I agree, obesity is becoming a large problem and the last thing we need is people advertising it. I'm no fan of anorexic models, but obesity is a far bigger problem in the western world nowadays. That said, I still think that they shouldn't have written the article with such a tone



+ 1000000000000000

Seriously, although the article is poorly written, I very much hold the same opinion as the journalist who wrote it.
#33
They discussed* this on Loose Women this afternoon.

Shouting at the television ensued.


*pretended to have intelligent beliefs about the subject

EDIT1: Her weight needn't be described as 'obese'. She's the national average, and good on her.

EDIT2: Okay, question here, I know I don't have a problem with the way her body looks, but are guys actually liking what they see? I mean nobody here is repulsed are they?
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They discussed* this on Loose Women this afternoon.

Shouting at the television ensued.


*pretended to have intelligent beliefs about the subject

EDIT: Her weight needn't be described as 'obese'. She's the national average, and good on her.



Her BMI is inside the national average, which is 18-26 (she is 26)


Saying the average is 20 is stupid. That's like saying the average size is size 6 (US size 2)


People like this encourage eating disorders, grr.
#35
tbh i don't see anything wrong with her, and really, she probably couldn't loose much weight anyways
if you look at the size of her hips and shoulders, if she lost anything more then simply a little weigh, she would look aweful. some people are just built to be a bit bigger then what society has deemed 'normal' these days

she's still rather hot, and i doubt very much that her being the size she is brings any heath worries what so ever
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Her BMI is inside the national average, which is 18-26 (she is 26)


Saying the average is 20 is stupid. That's like saying the average size is size 6 (US size 2)


People like this encourage eating disorders, grr.


Exactly. She's just on the border. I mean my BMI's only a bit smaller than hers, and I know I'm perfectly healthy.
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#37
Pft, for the first time in years the Daily Mail has a vaguely sensible article and everyone complains.

The girl is fat. Get over it.

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Her BMI is inside the national average, which is 18-26 (she is 26)


Yeah. Given that half the population is overweight, that's not necessarily a sign of good health.
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#38
The only problem I have about her is that I think she's lying. I'd call her a size 18.
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EDIT2: Okay, question here, I know I don't have a problem with the way her body looks, but are guys actually liking what they see? I mean nobody here is repulsed are they?


It's a bit too much for me, but she's not far off
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They discussed* this on Loose Women this afternoon.

Shouting at the television ensued.


*pretended to have intelligent beliefs about the subject

EDIT1: Her weight needn't be described as 'obese'. She's the national average, and good on her.

EDIT2: Okay, question here, I know I don't have a problem with the way her body looks, but are guys actually liking what they see? I mean nobody here is repulsed are they?


I'm not. And I feel that any man looking only for someone who fits all the modern supermodel criteria is, to be honest, quite stupid. Beauty comes in many forms, to dismiss all but the sort of look that a number of celebrities (who we all know of) have is ridiculous. I know a number of people who are rather pretty but, because they aren't skinny (they're not fat, but they aren't just skin and bone), orange or dressed in less than a couple of inches of fabric, people find them unattractive. Ridiculous, eh?