Anorexia, ****** appearance and bikini competitions

david with a bikini competitor in 2015. I think she is not anorexic and some people are going to consider her, and many other of the competitors, to be *** while walking or posing.

It is estimated that currently 11% of high school students have been diagnosed with an eating disorder.

35% of “normal dieters” progress to pathological dieting. Of those, 20-25% progress to partial or full syndrome eating disorders.

Are there any of the girls at Mount Si or Issaquah HS who are anorexic or who have eating disorders?  I don’t know . . . but I have seen one “girl” on my college campus who was inordinately thin!

In the case of Kaitlyn Davidson, Kaitlyn had a sister named Ashleigh who was a bikini competitor and who helped Kaitlyn gain a bit to a healthy weight.

Kaitlyn was inspired by sister Ashleigh, pictured with Kaitlyn above left and right, who also competes in fitness contests. She said: ‘My sister was a huge inspiration to me and as a bikini competitor herself, we promised each other that one day we would stand on stage together’

Which of the photos below are of a healthy woman?  They are of the same woman at different times.  Kaitlyn realized she had a problem in keeping herself overly thin and decided that she would gain some weight and also compete.

The school administrations of Issaquah and Mount Si high school desire to and have shut down some contests . . . Would their girls benefit from some instruction in being beautiful and pretty?  I don’t know . . . but statistically speaking,

Kaitlyn Davidson with anorexia
Kaitlyn Davidson with anorexia

So, are the girls who are dieting or have anorexia doing it to be thin and pretty or for some other reasons? If they are going it to be pretty, are there other ways that would be more helpful? I am not sure if the school admin would be happy with the video of Demi’s Cool for the Summer here . . . Maybe some of them should consider Demi’s workout routine . . .

Maybe, instead of only a bikini competition, some in the school could have a transformation competition, with entrants who are overly thin!

Kaitlyn Davidson competing
Kaitlyn Davidson at a competition . . . presumably not enhanced and merely, not anorexic now . . .
Kaitlyn at a competition. Perhaps a little thin but not visibly suffering from anorexia, perhaps not at all . . . Adipose Tissue The female ****** is mostly made up of a collection of fat cells called adipose tissue. This tissue extends from the collarbone down to the underarm and across to the middle of the ribcage.  If and when a girl or woman is very substantially, inordinately thin, there may be diminished volume of the *******  . . . we see it in the photos of Kaitlyn while anorexic. Some people believe that those who train strength the pectorals and that strengthening the pectorals tends to lift the *******. I’m not sure if we have research or proof of that; it may be true.



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