We've heard of brothers teasing sisters but not like this!
It started with:
Good for you, Kate!
Kate Hudson is tackling more eating disorder rumors in her new interview with Red Magazine.
The actress and mother of two has always been vocal when it comes to people questioning her weight.
Well, now it seems that she's just not defending herself, she's fighting for younger girls as well.
You probably best know Zosia Mamet as the bubbly Shoshanna Shapiro on Girls. But as much as she makes us laugh on her hit HBO series, Zosia is now opening up about a very serious subject matter.
The 26-year-old actress penned her own column in the new issue of Glamour to discuss her struggles with an eating disorder.
Paulina Pinsky CERTAINLY didn’t find the photo funny! The daughter of Dr. Drew Pinsky penned an essay calling out Bethenny for perpetuating unrealistic beauty standards that women face!
Back in February, 21-year-old Pinsky opened up about her own struggles with anorexia and bulimia. Miz Frankel has also admitted to having eating disorders. Which is why Paulina is especially troubled by the photos Frankel posted.
The Annie Hall actress spoke very openly about her struggles with bulimia in her 20s, and she revealed some jaw-dropping details on her eating disorder.
In fact she estimates she consumed as many as
But maybe the negative press surrounding this issue actually did some good!
The internet was recently outraged to discover that a pro-anorexia website, My Pro Ana, was selling a "Pro Ana Red Weave Bracelet" that encouraged the life-threatening eating disorder.
The description next to the bracelet read:
"Traditionally a red beaded bracelet, the pro ana bracelet is worn as a reminder of staying true to your diet, and also to meet other Ana’s."
Basically, it was very apparent that the site was capitalizing off of a serious illness!
But shortly after attention was brought to the controversial jewelry, the bracelet's description was