Is Kate Gosselin the New Human Barbie? - Page 2
This isn’t the 1950s anymore. Today we know that beauty comes in all colors, shapes and sizes, and the ways adult role models ~ particularly parents ~ teach their children to feel about their bodies can make a world of difference in children’s developing the confidence and self-esteem that will help carry them through their adulthoods. Attentive parents teach their daughters ~ and show them by example ~ to love themselves for who and what they are, including their appearances.
True beauty lies in individuality and feeling good about yourself, not succumbing to stereotypes. Yet as time has gone on Kate has progressively morphed into the Barbie stereotype we try to teach our daughters to not feel pressured into having to look like.
When asked about her appearing as though she's recently had a facelift, Kate stated she felt "complimented" by hearing she looked so "young and rested." News flash to Kate: Unless Marabel Morgan is your hero, that's not a compliment.