I thought it was interesting when I read recently (can't remember where, lol) that the 'ideal body' to be a Victoria's Secret model was: 5'8" tall and 34-24-34. As opposed to that classic song, 'Brickhouse' where the singer cites the perfect woman to be: 36-24-36. I will admit that I don't fall into either catergory. I guess Heidi Klum won't be out of a job anytime soon.
Does hearing these measurements annoy you or not?
For me, I'm still amazed when I hear stuff like this. You would think, in this day and age, that the message in society would be just be yourself. Instead, they are implying that women aren't good enough if they don't fall within these parameters.
I don't have daughters but I have six nieces and the older ones are already worrying about their bodies. It's sad, really. When did being yourself become passe?