Thursday, September 06, 2007

Keira does a disappearing act

Good Lord! When I saw the thumbnail of this picture of Keira Knightley at the Venice Film Festiva, I thought the image had been trafficked for one of the pro-ana (pro-anorexic) websites, which artificially make thin models look skeletal because this apparently appeals to their readers.
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British actress Keira Knightley looks shockingly thin at the Venice Film festival

So imagine my surprise when I click on the picture and find out that it is an actual shot of Keira, looking very, very thin indeed. She has consistently denied an eating disorder but it's hard to believe this is a girl who stuffs herself with burgers...

4 comments:

Lourine said...

Good for people to know.

Anonymous said...

Why does there HAVE to be something wrong with her? I'm so sick of this attitude to thin people. I'm the same size/height as Keira and there's absolutely nothing wrong with MY love of food. I'm constantly trying to put weight on not just because I'd kill for curves, but to please OTHER people so I don't get called "anorexic" or get mis-judged. Keira says she doesn't have an eating disorder, so why do you contest it? Does that mean that when I say I don't have an eating disorder, absolutely no-one believes me? When really, I should be ignoring crap like this and be proud of my natural shape. What will it take for naturally thin and healthy people to be accepted as having "normal bodies" like the rest of you.

Anonymous said...

Why does there HAVE to be something wrong with her? I'm so sick of this attitude to thin people. I'm the same size/height as Keira and there's absolutely nothing wrong with MY love of food. I'm constantly trying to put weight on not just because I'd kill for curves, but to please OTHER people so I don't get called "anorexic" or get mis-judged. Keira says she doesn't have an eating disorder, so why do you contest it? Does that mean that when I say I don't have an eating disorder, absolutely no-one believes me? When really, I should be ignoring crap like this and be proud of my natural shape. What will it take for naturally thin and healthy people to be accepted as having "normal bodies" like the rest of you.

Anonymous said...

God, that is really bad, her body now doesn't fit in with her head, if that's what it looks like to be bulmic or whatever than you can be sure I won't be it, heck no!!!