I've been reading along trying to decide where I stand. The thing is, I really struggle to not feel judgemental towards models in general (not all, but as a group). I'm sure there are lots of models who are intelligent, lovely people. It's just so difficult to see past the obsession with physical appearance, vanity, strutting around in their underwear and using their bodies to sell products - & it's always the same body type. I dont know, I just have a fundamental issue with modelling. I know it's a career that dome aspire to, & I will support my daughters in whatever path they choose - but if it was to be a model, especially something like a victoria secret model, I would feel so disappointed. We are more than just our bodies, & it's really hard to see past that when models seem to obsess about their appearance. PP mentioned Bec Judd is a speechie too? I wonder how much of her instagram account is her posting quotes about speech and early childhood, & how much is her posing half naked in ridiculous positions. I think I dont have a problrm with a bit of makeuo and caring about our appearance. It's the obsession with appearance, when it becomes the whole sum of our human worth, - that's when its a problem.