Christa McGinn

Christa McGinn

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544 weeks ago @ fashiongonerogue.com - Crystal Renn by Armin ... · 0 replies · +1 points

She's not fat! Besides, some people are born with conditions or environmental issues that make losing weight a very difficult thing. Hereditary can play a large part. This is not about Crystal, as she is not big enough to even warrant that conversation. I was average size before I went through a lot of health problems. When I took all the medication required, I gained 60 lbs. in one summer, and it was beyond my control. Since then, I've tried to get it off, but the medicine and my condition make it very hard to lose weight. I'm still working on it, but I would LOVE to be as small as Crystal. And some people are built bigger. Go talk to a science teacher.

544 weeks ago @ fashiongonerogue.com - Crystal Renn by Armin ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Commoners? Wow. Waddle? Hmm...are you a fashion model? Where do you get off saying stuff like this?

544 weeks ago @ fashiongonerogue.com - Crystal Renn by Armin ... · 0 replies · 0 points

Gluttony? Someone used the term Gluttony for a girl who MIGHT be SLIGHTLY larger than the runway darlings? No. She is not even overweight! This is ridiculous. Her body is beyond perfect, and not just because it's more normal than the rest of the fashion industry. She's a beautiful girl without being politically correct, and being bigger than the models you idolize is NOT gluttony. It's called being intelligent and healthy. Gluttony only works if someone eats so much that it's obsessive and unhealthy. I can guarantee you that Crystal does not do that, or she'd be much bigger. Please don't use the term Gluttony so lightly. It's offensive, and Renn is a beautiful girl who should not be slandered in that way.

All that said, I'm not really crazy about the editorial...lol. But that has nothing to do with the model or her weight. In fact, I couldn't really tell if she was a bit fuller than most by the pictures, it was mainly the comments.