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Old 1st February 2010   #1
Meredith
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Default Women evolving to be fuller-figured (article)

This is fascinating. A new study reveals that women are still evolving -- evolving to become shorter, fuller-figured and healthier.

In fact, it indicates that evolving to become fuller-figured and better suited to reproduction is exactly what is making them healthier.

Doesn't that just put another nail in the coffin of the "weight epidemic" hype? The very facts that the size bigots claim are negatives (being curvier) are actually health benefits.

Here's the link:

http://www.themedguru.com/20091021/...y-86130060.html

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New Haven, Connecticut, October 21 -- Women are evolving to be shorter and f**ter, but this is not bad news, as they are also becoming healthier.

According to a recent research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences journal, human beings are still in the process of evolution, and women especially are evolving towards losing height, and gaining a little more weight. They will also have more children and for longer.

I hope this means that more models will be shorter and fuller-figured too -- still ideally beautiful, but without the elongated, emaciated frames that they now have (which evolution is proving to be undesirable!).

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survival till one's reproductive age might not be a challenge for humans anymore due to medical advancements, but other evolutionary processes like sexual selection and reproductive fitness are still underway.

To support his evolutionary perspective, Prof Stearns also added that inherited traits like height and weight of a woman can still determine how many children she has, and for how long.

If the trends that have been found in this study continue for the next 10 generations, an average woman in 2049 AD will be two centimeters shorter and one kilogram heavier than she is now. Her first pregnancy will be 5 months earlier, and the menopause will get delayed by 10 months.

Evolution is the "survival of the fittest," so "fittest" must now be understood properly to mean shorter and fuller-figured.

This is the ultimate "survey." No retailer can claim that people prefer androgynous, underweight models, when the evolutionary sexual selection of the species proves the opposite. Men everywhere are choosing shorter, fuller-figured women to be their brides.

It just goes to show you how utterly out of touch the fashion industry is, how unnatural and disliked the media's standard of appearance for women is, when despite all image-related brainwashing, that underweight standard is being rejected by the whole human species in favour of the timeless ideal of plus-size beauty.
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Old 18th July 2010   #2
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Evolution is the "survival of the fittest," so "fittest" must now be understood properly to mean shorter and fuller-figured.

This is the ultimate "survey." No retailer can claim that people prefer androgynous, underweight models, when the evolutionary sexual selection of the species proves the opposite. Men everywhere are choosing shorter, fuller-figured women to be their brides.

It just goes to show you how utterly out of touch the fashion industry is, how unnatural and disliked the media's standard of appearance for women is, when despite all image-related brainwashing, that underweight standard is being rejected by the whole human species in favour of the timeless ideal of plus-size beauty.

Exactly so.

This study identifies the yawning gulf between the alien tastes of the fashion industry and the natural inclinations of the general populace. The media and the public are being increasingly estranged from one another, a separation that is becoming more glaring all the time. Already today, one could refer to many news reporters as "foreign correspondence in their own country," in that their underlying biases and ideologies are drastically at odds with those of their readership. This is even more true of the fashion industry, whose degenerate aesthetics are violently out of step with popular preferences.

The only reason why the fashion industry continues to exist in its current form is because there is no viable alternative. The closest thing that there has ever been to a challenge to the straight-size establishment has been the plus-size industry. In its purest form, full-figure fashion is a reflection of popular aesthetics, and of the visual preferences of the general public. Meredith's study identifies what those preferences are, and as it turns out, they are virtually the opposite of fashion-industry standards (i.e., shorter rather than Amazonian; fuller-figured rather than skinny).

Today, however, even the plus-size industry is being infiltrated by alien elements. Many of its most powerful, controlling individuals are undermining the plus-size industry's role as a preferable alternative to the anti-traditionalist fashion establishment. These secretly anti-plus individuals working in plus-size fashion harbour alien, modern tastes, and seek to diminish the size of plus-size models until they are indistinguishable from straight-size models, thus eliminating the presence of genuinely, visibly full-figured women in the media altogether. (After all, if visibly curvy bodies are not viewed in the plus-size fashion industry, where else will they be seen?)

These de facto fifth columnists working in plus-size fashion do as much harm, or more, than any proponents of size-0 waifs. Consider this: Someone like Anna Wintour only affects the world of minus-size fashion, which is a write-off to begin with. But anti-plus fifth columnists in full-figure fashion undermine the only viable alternative to the straight-size industry.

Even as the proponents of the faux-plus deception seek to narrow and elongate plus-size models, making them less and less visually subversive, the general public (as Meredith's survey proves) continually selects shorter, fuller-figured women. The populace is renouncing the over-tall, underfed aesthetic ever more forcibly, even as the fashion industry digs in its heels and continues to mandate its own, foreign tastes, excluding the more natural form of female beauty that the public prefers.

This schism cannot continue forever. In time, the public will reject both the anorexic waifs and the faux-plus models, and will insist that the visual world around them reflect their own authentic experience.

In the meantime, the professionals who run the plus-size industry must make a decision. They must either stand with the alien, anti-feminine modernists of minus-size fashion, whose degenerate vision the public consistently rejects, or support the natural, unmodern, timeless aesthetic of genuinely full-figured beauty.

As Meredith's article reveals, in real life the general public so consistently selects plus-size beauty that the process of evolution is reshaping the female gender as a whole to more closely embody that Classical ideal.

(Model is Melissa Charles (Locke Management), whose 5'7 height and generous reverse-view curves are not detrimental but beneficial to her powers of attraction.)

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