After literally decades of having their flesh cruelly exploited, multi-millionaire supermodels nearing the end of their highly-remunerative careers have now simply had enough. Initially willing to engage in ‘edgy’ fashion photo shots purely in the interests of amateur ‘art’, womyn models now suspect that their images, all along, have actually been used by greedy capitalist businesses for making profits.
Today, the world of fashion woke up to the shocking headlines that:
“I will not take off my clothes anymore for an empty cause,’ says Adriana Lima, Victoria’s Secret’s longest-serving Angel”
Lima, 36, and worth an estimated $75 million has decided that the world of fashion is deeply evil because it promotes an ‘unrealistic body type’ among womyn that is simply non-attainable. For the record, we agree with Lima. Most womyn we see in the accredited media and in the streets look nothing like slim yet curvy Lima; they are on average 500 pounds, of hideous appearance, butch, saggy, and bear no resemblance whatsoever to supermodels like Lima. How on earth is it remotely plausible for a womyn to weigh as little as 400 pounds?
Whilst some hateful, bigoted critics argue that such overweight womyn could make an effort by exercising once in a while, eating more healthily, wearing ‘feminine clothing’ instead of unflattering ‘Michelin Man suits’, we reject such oppressive opinions. Men have zero right at any time to criticise womyn; it is not for them to yearn after an allegedly ‘easier time’ when ‘women were feminine’ and ‘desirable’. 500 pounds is a womyn’s natural minimum weight and men had better get used to it, despite the emaciated womyn in the below photo.
Back to the main story: Brave Adrian Lima no longer wants to get her kit off for anyone. Taking an incredible risk by biting the hand that feeds her, she said that “Even though I have done many [projects] of this type, something had changed in me,’ she wrote of the epiphany. ‘When a friend approached me to share that she was unhappy with her body, then it made me think…. that everyday in my life, I wake up thinking, how do I look? Was I going to be accepted in my job?’
Cynics might claim that Lima is at the very end of the career and has earned all the millions she was ever going to earn; where the fuck were her feminist principles when she was flashing her barely-covered-up tits and crotch and minting it?
Such cynics are sexist neanderthals, however, who need to be put firmly in their place. Lima has simply had a beatiful epithany and needs to be indulged. She no doubt speaks for all womyn models, who suffer so terribly.
Will nobody think about the models?