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<a >canada goose</a>  Argue! Elle’s Roberta Meyers kicks off June’s “Editor’s Letter” by selecting a bone because of the ladies in the Watch.…the ladies received going regarding the tabloids’ the latest pictures depicting an “overweight” Tyra Banking companies, a conversation that somehow led Enjoyment Behar to make reference to the editors of Elle and other women’s magazines as “war criminals” who wage a “war towards women.”  The implication was that we’ve all punished Tyra by refusing to use her as a model once she was no longer a waif; that we’re downright hostile to showing the curves of so-called realistic adult females.We all know where this is planning, right?  Cue the “magazines have nothing to do with eating disorders”  disclaimers, please.Clearly Ms. Behar doesn’t read fashion magazines…Actually, we suspect she does.   But don’t worry, Delight:  apparently, mags can’t transmit eating disorders! (<Anorexia> is largely heritable and negligibly influenced by media, according to all the good research)Ah, the obligatory “it’s not our fault” justification.  Bring on a parade of protruding sternums, in that case!And, in March, Elle ran a lengthy interview with a longtime sufferer of anorexia about the devastating effects on the disease.So citing one article concerning the deleterious effects of anorexia completely counteracts the gazillion pictures of girls so thin they probably don’t menstruate.The truth is, of course, that the much bigger crisis facing young most women these days is obesity…By her own logic, then, Elle could feature size-12 models without encouraging obesity and maybe, in some way, propagate a teensy bit of body acceptance. Sounds like a win-win situation to us.  What do you think, Roberta?And as for Elle’s complicity in trying to starve poor Tyra off the runway, I give you exhibit A: the last shoot we did with Ms. Banking companies, in which her banging curves are on full, enviable display.As if Banks’ shoot had absolutely nothing to do considering the magazine’s (now expired) partnership with America’s Next Top Model.  Also, did she really use the word “banging”?Our unwaiflike cover star Jessica Biel…We’ll give her this one.  Sure, Biel’s physique may be unattainable by us mortals, but at least she has discernible muscle tone (even if they did cover her sculpted thighs with those abominable shorts).…as I write this from the competitive-bikini-wearing capital of your U.S., Los Angeles……and we will once again take it upon ourselves to ensure the rest in the country that we do actually wear clothes here in L.A.  In fact, sometimes we even wear closed-toe shoes!Meyers wraps up by saying…yes, there’s something for everyone to love, even us authentic adult females.Riiiight, because Meyers is just like you and me!  Yes, there’s something for everyone to learn, namely that Meyers’ definition of a “real woman” must be completely different from ours.Australia Introduces Body-Image Standards for Fashion Industry <a >thomas sabo</a>