Submitted by Admin on Wed, 06/07/2006 - 23:40
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Submitted by Admin on Sun, 03/19/2006 - 01:29
One possible explanation of the typical heavy masculinization seen among the female models in mainstream fashion magazines -- such as Elle -- is that these magazines do not cater to men. The implication is that women -- at least the ones who patronize the magazines -- are apparently interested in masculinized models, and the publishers are simply using models with looks that appease magazine buyers and maximize sales. Is this the case?
Submitted by Admin on Mon, 03/06/2006 - 17:20
Submitted by Admin on Fri, 03/03/2006 - 12:02
Some people would explain the extreme skinniness typically seen among high-fashion models in terms of a demand for skinniness on the part of the consumer [of fashion imagery/merchandize]. If this is true, then given that high-fashion models have the highest status among female models, it would appear that the aforementioned demand is especially great and characterizes a substantial proportion of the population, especially young women. This issue needs to be formally addressed.
Submitted by Admin on Mon, 02/20/2006 - 07:11
I have added some pictures of the woman shown below to the attractive women section of this site and am showing additional pictures of her in this entry.
Submitted by Admin on Wed, 02/15/2006 - 19:53
This entry addresses the aesthetics of the eyebrows in women; note the emphasis on a feminine appearance. The ideal shape that the author talks about in the introduction is applicable to white women and oval faces.
Submitted by Admin on Fri, 02/03/2006 - 20:17
Submitted by Admin on Sun, 01/29/2006 - 16:54
The 2005 Miss World beauty pageant has once again featured plenty of masculinized contestants, and some comments in this regard are relevant.