WOMEN do not need to be constantly reminded that ‘real women’ exist who are not fashion models, it has emerged.
After Vogue devoted an edition to ‘real women’, the Institute for Studies found most women were not particularly confused by the idea of tall, attractive ones showing off clothes.
Woman Nikki Hollis said: “I’m not bothered about seeing ‘real women’ because my self-esteem isn’t so pathetically low I get an ego boost from being reminded I’m average.
“The fashion industry has some stupid ideas about attractiveness, but bear in mind these are people who think your life is over if you wear the wrong-coloured trousers in autumn.
“Also I don’t need some advert for soap telling me I am allowed to exist. And a burger is not a massive, naughty treat unless your life is extremely dull.”