Who is really 'betraying' who by bigging up the super skinny backlash? Is it not just as unrealistic and image damaging to tell naturally skinny girls that they need to change to be attractive, as it is the other way around? And if you believe Winslet's 'proud-to-be-me' spoutings, you would think her extra flesh brings insulation from the insecurities and tribulations of modern womanhood. But then the reality bites of her alleged nose job; her entirely, digitally altered image on the cover of GQ; and this month's air-brushed into oblivion photo shoot for Vogue. So why is England's Rose still trying to convince us she is Hollywood's everywoman? And if she is so confident and image-free, why would she worry that her daughter wouldn't turn out to be the same? Or could it be she is really just afraid vanity will be passed down the genes?
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