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Why would any grown woman...

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ArsMamatoria Sun 02-Jan-11 10:36:53

want to present herself in the way Callista Flockhart has done on the Sunday Times fashion supplement?

A rhetorical question unfortunately, and it's so depressing.

expatinscotland Sun 02-Jan-11 10:38:37

Why does any woman buy the Times and line the pockets of a misogynist twat like Murdoch?

ArsMamatoria Sun 02-Jan-11 10:48:23

True expat (I didn't, though!)

AlistairSim Sun 02-Jan-11 10:49:37

I need more details to save me from having to go and buy it.

ArsMamatoria Sun 02-Jan-11 10:53:49

Oh, the usual fare - legs akimbo, flimsy nightie hitched up to crotch, arms limply by sides, mouth slightly open, dead-eyed (or possibly supposed to be 'come hither) expression.

expatinscotland Sun 02-Jan-11 10:56:30

Don't give this rag headspace. Don't buy it, don't read it. Totally unsurprising since it's a Murdoch machination that women are seen posing like hoochies.

Goblinchild Sun 02-Jan-11 11:04:38

You mean the original lollipop woman?
Because she thinks it's a sexy star-like attitude to strike?
And although she's 46, and thus two decades past desirable in Hollywood terms, she's still trying to keep in the Game?

ISNT Sun 02-Jan-11 17:41:41

Is she still going out with harrison ford?

<sleb twaddle sorry>

Not seen the pics in the OP, I guess they asked her to pose like that.

msrisotto Mon 03-Jan-11 09:24:56

I think they're married ISNT.

Lots of grown women do this to themselves for money and fame. It's sad.

StewieGriffinsMom Mon 03-Jan-11 09:27:44

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scottishmummy Mon 03-Jan-11 19:43:27

imagine she wasnt compelled to pose like a playboy pet- havent seen article though.

shes hardly deep or significant.just another speak your weight actress

JessinAvalon Mon 03-Jan-11 21:39:53

I saw it as my parents insist on buying The Sunday Times. I thought it was a pretty crappy article and photos.

What really annoys me with the Sunday Times is the way they have to have a half naked woman on the front every single week, as an accompaniment to some story.

This week the header had 2 women in bikinis and a photo of a cheerleader as the main photo.

I wish my parents would stop buying it. The Style section and other sections are just awful.

Here's an article from today's Independent as an antidote: n-sieghart/mary-ann-sieghart-lets-resolve-to-embra ce-our-flaws-2174683.html

aviatrix Mon 03-Jan-11 22:17:19

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TeiTetua Mon 03-Jan-11 22:18:28

It's the entertainment industry.

Aptly called "show business".

sakura Tue 04-Jan-11 04:48:03

And that's women's purpose isn't it: to entertain. To me there is a similarity between how black men are portrayed in the media, and women in general: the entertainers, the dancer and singers, the sportspeople. Reduced to the physical and the biological because high-brow purposes and aims, those existential dilemmas, are the premise of white men.

mdavza Tue 04-Jan-11 13:15:34

I think it's silly to limit yourself to reading only certain rags. If you read Independent/Guardian, you're lining someone's pocket. I prefer honest assholes to those pretending to do it 'for the greater good' or whatever.
And you might miss out on excellent articles, and a broader point of view.
Agree with TeiTetua!

sloggies Tue 04-Jan-11 21:00:27

Sad that this still goes on...

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