I completely agree with everything she said in her blog.
I would LOVE though to ask her if she thinks she would be where she is in life if she was still in Perth, didn't marry a footballer and wasn't genetically blessed with skiny and pretty genes.
I'm not sure what answer I would expect, but I do often ponder, how much does a persons appearance influence the opportunities they are given in life.
I think it's a big influence especially in media and celebrity realms.
I'm inclined to say she would be a practicing speech pathologist and mother, but I'm happy to be challenged on that thought, as I've not really given it a lot of thought but that is my instant feeling. Clearly no one actually knows but I think it's another relevant discussion.
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And just for the record I'm not a selfie taker, haven't taken one in my life!
And Judd does make some good points in the blog. However I think she has clearly missed the big picture. She shows no personal insight into how her actions are affecting other girls and women nor how they are contributing to the public firestorm she finds herself in. She complained about paparazzi pilfering her Instagram photos. Photos she PUBLICLY posted to PROMOTE herself and the causes she is paid to promote. Stubby short or a six pack.
You asked about my bias. I have to ask - you live in WA. Do you know Judd personally? you seem rather invested in this thread.
Sonja has said she has a thin daughter and would hate to see her judged the way Judd is. Which I think is a valid point and fear, why does the 'love my body' message end with women who are bigger?
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And yes VP, you totally chose that skinny bikini pic of her because you weren't trying to make a point about her body type.
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