PlasticMoby: You know what? I'm just gonna go ahead and say it. STOP LETTING GAY MEN DICTATE WHAT MAKES A WOMAN ATTRACTIVE! THEY DON'T KNOW!
Fark_Guy_Rob: DrewCurtisJr:People actually think there is some evil conspiracy going on; but there isn't. Media reflects what people want to see, not the other way around.
NetOwl: Being thin is neither unreasonable nor unhealthy, but it does require putting down the cheeseburgers once in a while, and a lot of folks are uncomfortable with this.
Spaced Cowboy: Just calling it like I see it.
DrewCurtisJr: Wartime Consiglieri: When you're trying to defend something as indefensible as the skeletor look, you don't have much choice but to keep switching the subject to the other end of the spectrum.Skeletor look? You might want to use google.You are comparing a stylized cartoon mouse, with real people.
flyinghouse99: If people weren't so fat this would be a non issue. You people also need to let up on gay men for setting unrealistic expectations for women's bodies, because heterosexual men set some unrealistic expectations for women's bodies too.
Theaetetus: there are also PLENTY of heterosexual men in charge of the fashion and magazine industries. For example, the CEO of Barneys, Mark Lee.
Surool: For openers, it's a f*cking cartoon. It's also a one off seasonal ad promotion that no one will remember. Who cares?
SphericalTime: That's insane . . . and ugly. You'd never see Miss Piggy allowing them to do that to her. Maybe Minnie Mouse needs some Judo lessons.
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