(Source) ‘When I first started modelling, I was a normal catalogue model,’ Kate explains in the accompanying interview, speaking about her stratospheric rise to fame – with that body. ‘Then, I became a woman, and I was really excited about becoming a woman. Because I’m from Florida, it’s all about being in bathing suits. It’s a different view of beauty there. You are ugly if you don’t have a curvy body. And I didn’t have one, and then I got one, and thought, “Yessss!” ‘And then people say: “Oh, wow, you’re healthy.” ‘And you’re like, “Wait – what? I’ve been begging for this body my whole life!”’
Oh hi haters? this old gut? Yeah, I’ve wanted it since the day I was born. Love it Kate, as a person who is often times ridiculed for his weight I couldn’t agree more. I don’t really understand what exactly you’re saying here. It sounds like you’ve found a way to justify being out of shape. One of those mind tricks fat people play where they convince themselves they aren’t actually fat. Either way I like it. Flip the script right in everyone’s face. Go ahead and call me fat, jokes on you, this is the exact look I’ve been going for since day 1. Congratulations to me for reaching my goal, or something.
I do appreciate Kate using the term “healthy” for fat. That softens the blow a bit. We’re not fat, we’re just healthy. Healthy Curves so hot right now.