A few weeks ago my dad raised an interesting point. The idea of size zero originally came from the world of the cat-walk model, with designers claiming that clothes look better on ultra thin models. This means that a model needs to diet and exercise to a dangerous extreme to increase their chances of landing a cat-walk modelling job. But doesn't that mean that these people who still design and make clothes intended for size zero models should be sued? Think on it for a moment, after all it is their choices that are forcing these models to put their health at risk for their job, surely that's some sort of infringement of Health and Safety laws?
Hey, hiya, hi and, for the more traditional... hello.
To let you know a bit about myself, I'm iritatingly optimistic some days but can also be seriously depressed the next. Heh, you think that's bad, try living with me - it's a nightmare! (Somedays I wish I could move out.)
If you've read the first post of this blog, it says that, rather then an account of my own life, I set up 'Just another pebble' so I could have my own area to have my say on issues in the world and use it as a tool to build and develope my ideas... mostly.
I'm also already persuing a career in both writing and acting, well, stranger things have happened... Boris Johnson for examlpe... ... just in general...