Maya-the comment here-I appreciate your sarcasm-and the woman did say she was an 'over-achiever' - she probs set it up to be 'all-to everyone'... I agree! Hubsy needs to up his game and partners and wives everywhere need to let guys step up-get them trained and informed-talk about the domestics instead of being super-heroes and martyrs.. If the other half hasnt had the training or wherewithal - the skills are teachable- - - Values discussions required-you know-equality, access, opportunity, roles, sexism, duty of care, division of labour et al...
@rachelanneb you said it- Training and i'll add: dot point/simplify the instructions-- Easy-peasy
@wretched vanm thats is an excellent point you make! To generalise-we are trained pretty good- or have the aptitude-or whatever [not always of course, & cheering the folks that dont get on board with that stuff!] And I also think its a way to show our love and care-doing taht stuff, and doing it competently. But it can eclipse the other person, their efforts, their attempts and be taklen the wrong way-like for granted. Actual equality also means differentiation-in action and thought.
'Big Undie' - good one...hahaha! And I have two things to add-wash that butt, - at least at home by getting a tap attached-or an amazing loo seat, and wear merino wool undies... waaaay more hygienic...
@Chrisandalex, maybe its all a bit tongue-in-cheek to have the mum-martyrs/slaves to our children amongst us stop and laugh in aghast?
Congrats to this couple on their hard-won family, good to hear this story-it's importance and significance was noted...
'Eliminate the Mystery'-agreed, such a complex landscape - the resultant body size a woman is...It's an interesting point you make-surviavl/evolution/fear; I imagine back in the earliest times there was zero prospect of eating with no exercise! You know - the nomadic - 'always moving' lifestyle.. I think the combo of sedentary/highlyprocessed foods and the psyche/psychological aspects to 'feeding/nourishing' are more at play. I also think there is a biolgical component to the response/stigma in obesity; just like the biological aspect (plus more)of 'what's attractive' in the other-on an essential level.
Concealer-find one that works best for you, in terms of applying and your type of skin; (I have been using Laura Mercier for years now-thank goodness it's back in AU!) Shading lighter and reflective those dark inner eye sockets, makes a nice diff-esp in photos... Can accentuate lips, and take away any shadowing that detracts more generally.
During this process of 'gazing at' Adele's form- I saw that as a very young woman, she was already 'over-weight' by some measure or margin of reasonable of larger-frame 'health'-seems pretty undeniable.
While it's 'disappointing' to over-weight women across the world-to see less diversity of body-shapes in the world stage; perhaps Adele found her groove, her experiment and doesnt want to be held up as some icon for the 'tricky/and or contentious figure' symbol...?
Isn't that, symbolising her, a bit cheeky?
I just hope she feels awesome!
And agree with comments mentioning-over-eating to the point where obesity becomes reality - - is a subjective phenomena for each of those folks; comprised of their emotions, feelings, sensations (or not) hormones, bodily systems, and then the impacts of relations/relationships/attachment/ care/love/hate/influence/education/support,
I imagine in a country like AU-dig deep and persistenlty enough and your are likely to access the support and guisdance needed, good luck...