This may be wrong of me, but I saw a commercial for the show 'More to Love' and was bothered by the fact that they referred to the women as 'normal women.' Weighing 200+ pounds isn't 'normal' or 'healthy' in my opinion. Should we really be sending the message that being obese is 'normal?" I don't think so.Answer Question
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Answer by Mamasita98 at 6:30 PM on Jul. 31, 2009
"Anyone think the show 'More to Love' promotes unhealthy body images?"
No more so than beauty pageants, fashion shows, or your average store window manakin does.
The fact is that the "average" size woman is much larger than the vast majority of women portrayed on TV & other media outlets. Being bombarded by images of perfect bodies in perfect skimpy clothes all the time does nothing for the self-esteem of the "average" woman.
I applaud any effort to show that you don't have to have flawless hair, perfect teeth, or fit in a size 0 to be loved & enjoy life.
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