Tyra's "Bodyville" Is More Like "Camel Toe City"



So the first in a two part series dedicated to body imaged, called "Tyra's Bodyville," aired yesterday. Seriously, we know not to have high expectations of the discussions on Tyra at this point. The topics on her show normally interest us, but we mainly tune in for camp value. But this body image thing was extra special, not because she was doing anything particularly progressive or important—even though she really thought that she was—but because of the blatant Mean Girls tactics she employed to pin the women against each other. They were given a set amount of body-type descriptions—one for each woman—and were told to assign them to each other. One of the descriptions was "fat slob." A very thin, outspoken foreign woman was the last to go, so she received it by default. She actually might be our new hero, because she called Tyra out on the phony bullshit of it all, and then when Tyra tried to respond, she hushed her up right quick. It's like, damn girl, you got one giant set of balls hidden in that nude suit.

Tyra tried to make an "Oh no you didn't" type face, but she may have been too shocked to carry it out completely. BTW, you know she's totally wearing Spanx under that thing.

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The thing is, the woman actually understood the concept of the exercise and that someone would have to end up with the label, so she repeatedly suggested it for the heavier women, thus, offending them. Because she had the nerve to, you know, actually carry out this retarded game that Tyra concocted, the other girls were gleeful that she ended up with the label at the end.

But for real, there was nothing as offensive as those fucking nude suits. Look at her camel toe! For real, is that a clit hood in there?

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DISCUSSION

jasonelias
jasonelias

Tyra's as phony as a suitcase of 3 dollars bills. Seeing that girl wearing that Fat Slob tag was just inane. There were enough of those things to go around. And really, if they didn't want the truth, they shouldn't have made a Fat Slob card. And you know what? I like women of all sizes but let's be real, that girl on "Fat Slob's" left was way beyond thick.