Winslet Theme Continues

God, what a brainless jerk she is:

“As a child, I never heard one woman say to me I love my body. Not my mother, my elder sister, my best friend. No one woman has ever said, I am so proud of my body. So I make sure to say it to Mia, because a positive physical outlook has to start at an early age.” ~ Kate Winslet

Yes, it will totally help the kid to develop a healthy body image to have a stick-thin anorexic chirp about how she is proud of her body all day long.

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6 comments on “Winslet Theme Continues

  1. Kate Winslett has an attractive, slim figure, that many people admire. Your judgment is entirely personal and may be biased because you have a different genetic composition. Would you have her denigrate her own body to her child?

    • “Kate Winslett has an attractive, slim figure, that many people admire. ”

      – That’s precisely what I’m saying. She’s making it sound like it is some sort of a subversive act to be proud of looking like her. She is a narcissist who can’t help making absolutely everything about herself.

      “Would you have her denigrate her own body to her child?”

      – No, I’d have her help the girl feel good about her own body instead of engaging in a narcissistic spectacle. A narcissistic mother is a danger to a child.

  2. I agree that she sounds narcissistic as a side note…. many critics and viewers describe Kate WInslet as “fat.” After Titatnic came out, many many jokes centered on how horrible and fat she was and how she shouldn’t play a lead. I was flabergasted. Like you, I define her as slim and find it depressing that many consider her plus sized.

    • Her only professional qualification is to wear size 0. That is absolutely all she gets paid huge money for. If she can’t do even that, then that’s her problem.

      If she had absolutely anything else to bring to her job, then her size wouldn’t matter. But she is just one of a bizillion starlets who all look exactly the same and who have zero talent or personality.

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