sorry. I meant i won't disagree. arghh1 sometimes things I mean to say and . . . yeah i end up saying the opposite and then saying it the 2end time how I really mean it. lol. so sorry, haha
My sister and I are both sizes 10 and 12 respectively. If we were to model, we would both be considered plus size even though in retail, plus size is 16+. Plus size model can be as low in size as 10/12.16+.
Yeah they only use models that are actually 4 or less sizes then who they are selling to, for all sizes. No they don't create unrealistic expectations at all do they? :wall:
I agree with this so, so much! I hate it when people critique dancers for being too skinny, too fat, not having enough hips, etc.skinny women can belly dance and so can larger women. neither one of them is more skilled than the other because of what kind of body they have imho
Very true. If you've signed up for a belly dance class, you are there to learn belly dance. If somebody wanted a body makeover, they'd go talk to a dietician or a personal trainer or some lifestyle makeover type coach.A teacher who comments on someone's weight of figure is unprofessional. And one that lets the other students say such things as well without telling them off, grrr!
Time for another teacher I think.