I saw a picture a couple of days ago from when I was 19, and my boobs were way bigger.
Is it always beneficial to lose weight? Is it necessarily more in tune with yourself when a skinny figure is displayed? This is the question that may arise from reading the recent testimony of Amanda Seyfried, star actress with flat screen in Mamma Mia, Dear John, and more recently Les Misérables.
On the occasion of an interview with Allure magazine, photographed by Patrick Demarchelier in the May issue, she returned to the consequences of its own weight loss.
They were a D, and now they’re a small C, because I lost weight.
There was something so beautiful about the size of them. When I look back, I’m like, ‘Why did I always give myself such a hard time
Un signe de plus symbolique de la honte que la sublime blonde a souvent ressenti à l’égard de son corps ampliforme.Insinuating have long hated her appearance and have de facto required to serve heavy schemes of diet, the revelations of the actress doing a great echo in the latest Dove campaign, highlighting the physical pressure against women. And a ruthless as that of Hollywood, Amanda Seyfried certainly saw this pressure tenfold world. So while it seems now realize the asset that was her ample bosom, is remembered she had once decked the adjective “fat packs” during an interview. One more sign symbolic of shame that the gorgeous blonde has often felt towards its Padded body.
However, the actress did not forget to mention the specific constraints of her large breasts, not without a touch of humor.
They do get in the way a lot. Like, I wear a really small, tight sports bra when I go running . . . because they want to smack my chin
But above all, the revelations of Amanda Seyfried shed new bombshell. Eva Mendes the model, regrets the no requests for the forms, we expect that her notoriety propel her speech later in attitudes. Could this be a small word for man but a giant leap for the society?