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Scary Overly Skinny Fashion Model

This picture has sparked a controversial over blogspere, fashion Ralph Lauren is taking action against the blogger over this image. This picture has been seriously distorted it makes the model's head looking bigger than her pelvis.
For this case it probably caused by the overly photoshoped image, but in real world there are many out there who are seriously obsessed by the weight lost.
Many female thought overly skinny = pretty, or makes them look like model, this is actually a form of mental sickness, this type of people usually will fall into the eating disorder sickness "Anorexia nervosa".
Many have forgotten the natural beauty,curvy woman is much much more pretty and attractive compare to the skeleton like woman.
For those who are born skinny, i have got nothing again you all, that is nothing much can be done, what i am referring to is those over obsessed by the weight.
Read more on Anorexia nervosa's symptom

The picture was from the blog but had been disabled by Blogger due to the legal warning of copyright infringement by Ralph Lauren. Another blog Boing Boing also received the legal warning but he refused to remove the picture. "Instead of responding to their legal threat by suppressing our criticism of their marketing images, we're gonna mock them," Boing Boing editor Cory Doctorow wrote in a blog post Tuesday. "So, to Ralph Lauren, GreenbergTraurig, and PRL Holdings, Inc: sue and be damned. Copyright law doesn't give you the right to threaten your critics for pointing out the problems with your offerings. You should know better. And every time you threaten to sue us over stuff like this, we will:
  • a) Reproduce the original criticism, making damned sure that all our readers get a good, long look at it, and;
  • b) Publish your spurious legal threat along with copious mockery, so that it becomes highly ranked in search engines where other people you threaten can find it and take heart; and
  • c) Offer nourishing soup and sandwiches to your models."

In a statement, Ralph Lauren acknowledged that the image had been doctored. "

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