Here she is at the Teen Choice Awards on August 26.
And here she is (I guess) on the latest issue of Glamour Magazine.
Mind you, this is the “first annual figure flattery issue”
Usually, in an such a blantant instance of mysogyny (because how else would you describe completely defiling her physicality but as a display of hatred toward women?), I would become enraged and start spewing all sorts of philosophy, sociology, anthropology, psychology and otherwise theories. I’m generally very good being pissed off about these sorts of things.
But I look at this, the complete and utter destruction of a person (because Ms. Ferrara IS a human being before she is anything else) all in the name of maintaining and increasing women’s insecurities and neurosis, our self-hatred, for vapid commercialism and I’m –
Well, it just makes me sad. Sad for every young woman who admires Mr. Ferrara, sadder still for every young woman who reads insidiously damaging publications like Glamour and Cosmo, and sadder still for everyone who sees this thinks it’s no big deal.
Because it’s a VERY. BIG. DEAL.
Tell Glamour what you think.
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