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jessy777 jessy777 6 years
A size 16 is not unhealthy nor is a size 0 if the person is naturally that way. Health is more than dress size, especially when manufacturer's fluctuate each season. If you take Crystal Renn's measurements and enter them into any standard health calculator she healthy with a normal BMI and waist to hip ratio. It can also be assumed that as a model she works out to stay firm and fit for photo shoots and runway. I agree it would be great to see models of all sizes. But first, please stop assuming someone is unhealthy because they are not a size 6.
chloe-bella chloe-bella 6 years
What on earth is Crystal Renn doing on a blog post entitled "That's Fit" or on the "FitCeleb" blog? Ok, so she used to be skinny to the point of being unhealthy, and then she gained weight. That's great. But how does it make her *fit*? I'm all for being at a healthy weight, but merely being "not skinny" does not automatically make someone the epitome of fitness! I understand the point about fashion needing to be more inclusive, but why does that have to involve either size 0 or size 16 models? I would prefer to see someone with a Gwen Stefani or Jessica Biel-type physique - i.e. models who look like they exercise, as opposed to ones who look like they either starve themselves or binge eat donuts.
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