"When we confirm the “realness” of some women at the expense of others, everybody loses, because we’re still valuing women based on their looks, we’re just moving the goalposts a little. And honestly, Gisele Bundchen has days when she hates her thighs. Gisele Bundchen has days when she wishes she looked like Gisele Bundchen. Body insecurity is a virtually universal cultural and social experience, and that will continue to be the case so long as we’re ranking various ladies as “real” or “fake,” pretty or no — instead of just letting individuals be individuals."
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