Inner Beauty is True Beauty
I was watching Jessica Simpson on the Oprah Winfrey show recently. Jessica Simpson’s career started as a squeaky clean character, but wealth and celebrity boosted her into the lime light and the scrutiny of everyone. The snappers are every where she is going, and there relentless pursuits have taken away her freedoms and her capabilities to live a regular life.
With all this has come the remarks of her weight, and her personal life. Jessica Simpson is a very attractive lady. She told Oprah that her current dress size is four. 4! She said that the largest she’s ever been is a size 6. I am sorry folks, but that’s not fat!
One of the most sexiest girls the world has ever known was Marilyn Monroe. She was an actress and a woman that was the dreams of thousands of men. Talk about beauty, Marilyn Monroe had it all. Let me tell you what her dress size was. Are you prepared for this? Twelve. Yes, I said 12! If Jessica Simpson is considered fat at a size six, what would Marilyn Monroe be considered today? She would most likely be regarded as fat.
The attacks on Jessica Simpson as fat and the stereotype of how all ladies should look today, has just destroyed and killed the self image and the self worth of a massive majority of women in the world today.
My daughter has suffered with bulimia since she was in high-school. She’s been hospitalized 2 times for this. She is now 26 years old and still hasn’t gotten into her head how gorgeous she is. She is what I consider, a tiny person. She’s got the qualities of what real beauty is all about. The inner beauty of the soul. Ironic, her name is also Jessica.
My wife was going through some photographs yesterday, and found some of her when we were much younger. She was in a swimming suit, and she was looking hot. Reminding me of one of the reasons why I was so attracted to her. I brought something to her remembrance that she had forgotten. I claimed, “can you remember honey how you thought you looked so fat back than?” She just silently shook her head in agreement. She has always been worried about her outward appearance and looks back than and still is today.
The planet’s view on beauty has changed a lot since the days of Marilyn Monroe. It’s become a big industry. The beauty supplies and dieting industry has become a virtually a 100 billion dollar per year industry. Pushing their unrealistic images of how a ladies is supposed to look on all girls. I do not care what you are saying or how old you are, this industry is dangerous to the health and well being of all girls today. I don’t know why more woman’s organizations aren’t talking out against this industry.
Women are made very differently than men. Forgive me, but we’re not born equal. That has been …