Let's be honest.
Jessica Simpson has put on a lot of weight since her Daisy Duke days.
And frankly, I don't think there's any-damn-thing wrong with it. I am so sick and tired of the media trying to dictate what women should look like, what their sizes should be, how big their tits are, what size designer jeans they should be buying - I've completely had it.
I'm an intelligent person, in my own, humble opinion; and I, even, can't help but be swayed by these rail-thin Victoria's secret models and stereotypes that anything beyond a 4 is considered 'fat'.
I am not fat.
I am not overweight.
I don't even have 'a few extra pounds'.
I am just normal, just Sarah.
I'm not going to lie though; do I feel badly about eating a couple tablespoons of ice cream? Yep. Do I feel badly if I eat later than 5 PM? Yep. Do I obsess and obsess about the minor things that could be changed on my body? I abso-fucking-lutely do.
And why, we ask ourselves. Why we feel this way. Is it something inherent, embedded in the human gene? Is it because 90% of adolescents nowadays have mental or personality issues (supposedly)?
Or could it be that society itself is just completely subjective and biased against any woman who's not a size 00? I'm sorry. I just can't swallow that with any satisfaction.
It's an unfortunate, unfortunate disease that women (and some men, I'm sure) have to suffer and society makes it no better.
I find myself completely obsessed about the way that I look in anything and it's not a healthy image to have about one's self.
I have to give credit to Jessica Simpson - she's not at all as dumb as I had originally pegged her.
In, fact, I think she's actually pretty smart. Anyone who can go from the spotlight, being one of Hollywood's 'hottest bodies' to this new, curvy, (happy) Jessica, deserves some major respect.