Kim Kardashian: “I thought, ‘Oh, I can work out, I can just eat whatever I want'”

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On dieting:

‘I stick to fish and turkey. I think dieting is so important to weight loss, whereas, I didn’t really ever think that before. I thought, “Oh, I can work out, I can just eat whatever I want.”‘

On her cheat days during the Atkins diet plan:

‘I started going to Disneyland and taking my kids and eating Churros and all that really crappy stuff that I love, but then you feel so sh**** after you eat it, when you’ve been doing so good.’

… says Kim.

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Emily Ratajkowski: “At 14 I looked exactly the same as I do now”

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On becoming a model:

“Fourteen, but I looked exactly the same as I do now. They didn’t know what to do—I looked like a woman. I genuinely hit puberty before everyone. So I really was more sexual than my classmates. My teachers, my boyfriends, my parents’ friends didn’t understand how complex it all was. Because of third-wave feminism, I understood that there are all these f–ked-up ideals of beauty put on young women; that there was something to be scared about in the entertainment world. But yet the people I knew in my everyday life, they [didn’t realize] their faux pas, their missteps, and since they knew me it was that much harder because the comments felt personal.”

On society’s contempt when women take ownership of their sexuality & bodies:

“Kim said that to me. You know, when Lena Dunham takes her clothes off, she gets flack, but it’s also considered brave; when Justin Bieber takes his shirt off, he’s a grown-up. But when a woman who is sexual takes off her top, it plays into something. But there is a distinction in the reaction between, for example, Kim taking off her shirt and Lena. It’s not fair to either of them.”

… says Emily.

 

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Winona Ryder: “I love getting older. I’ve been waiting so long for that to happen!”

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On how she loves getting older:

“I love getting older. I think it has to do with always being the kid on set. It’s interesting because, these days, [cosmetic surgery] is treated almost like hygiene. I’ve had people say to me, ‘Oh, you should, you know…’ and they point to my forehead. ‘Get that seen to!’ But I’m like, ‘No! I’ve been waiting so long for that to happen!’”

On how she doesn’t see casting-ageism as a bad thing:

“I know actresses have a tough time because of their age – they’re just not getting hired. I know it exists. You’re the girlfriend, then you’re the mother. But I don’t see it as a bad thing – it can be just as interesting, if not more so, than the leading-lady, ingénue phase.”

… says 44 year-old Winona.

 

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