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Visit the local mall, any beach boardwalk or the sidewalk in front of your neighborhood high school and you will see why healthcare professionals are so alarmed about expanding waistlines. And while chunky teen boys and young men hide in cartoonishly large basketball jerseys over big T-shirts and elephant-legged shorts, girls generally do not.
They may be getting bigger, but their clothes are getting smaller. One is tempted to applaud the Sausage Casing Girls; after all, Southern California is an epicenter of body consciousness, and here they are thumbing their noses at the idea that they must be whippets or Lindsay Lohans to wear the current styles, which for the last several seasons have been exaggeratedly body-hugging and skin-revealing. Perhaps all that self-esteem building has finally paid off.
But this phenomenon does not appear entirely to be about self-acceptance and the conscious abandonment of repressive physical ideals. It is far more complicated than that. Yes, there are plenty of young women who can confidently say that they are happy with their less-than-svelte shapes -- and that is to be applauded.
Instead of reveling in their big, beautiful bodies, many girls instead are deep in denial, pouring themselves into clothes that are putting them in a python squeeze. Luisana Sanchez, an athletic year-old college student who lives in South Gate, likes to wear tight clothes. She would also like to drop a few pounds, but she insists on buying clothes that fit her.
As a result, she has no fat rolls squeezing up into a muffin top above her belt.
Her T-shirts do not climb, leaving a bare expanse of skin showing around her middle. But junior sizes are for, like, tall, thin girls. Her theory is supported by those who study the psychology and self-images of girls and young women.
I could get two of me in here. Fifteen-year-old Nattalie Tehrani is a junior at South High School in Torrance who developed an eating disorder after gaining weight when she quit the swim team. One weekday afternoon in front of the auditorium at Venice High School, year-old Ivonne Lopez was hanging out with a couple of friends, waiting for her ride home. This is because everywhere you look, this is the only type of clothing available The only clothes that are cute and pretty are the ones that are tight.
This makes me feel bad because I feel the fashion industry forgot what being a normal size was.
The Fat girl tight clothes world does make accommodations, though. In the last decade or so, manufacturers have adjusted sizes to reflect the reality that Americans are getting fatter. Tim Kaeding is creative director for 7 for All Mankind, the Vernon company that helped launch the premium jeans craze of the last several years. Young men are not oblivious to the legions of girls wearing too-tight clothes.
His friend Daniel Treibatch, also 19, pinpoints the disconnect between the images the culture hurls at young women and what young women really look like. These girls see what is stereotypical in L. The whole issue of overweight and appropriate fit is ticklish, which quickly became apparent one recent Saturday at the Lakewood Center. The mall was full of shoppers, and it was easy to spot Sausage Casing Girls, though difficult to engage a conversation. Two year-olds from Compton strolled along, one of whom, a plump girl named Veronica, looked uncomfortable in her sprayed-on jeans and body-hugging yellow T-shirt.
For the last four months, Sophana Soth has been a sales associate at Forever 21, a chain store that sells trendy clothes at a bargain. When Soth stands watch at the dressing room entrance, she said, she sees a stream of girls who try to squeeze themselves into too-small outfits. Browsing the Forever 21 racks with the ultimate accessory -- a tiny dog named Toby -- year-old Jennifer Fuentes was stylishly dressed in a short skirt, low-cut top and leggings.
Their shirts rise up and their bellies fall out.
Blanca Perez is a self-confident year-old Los Angeles County animal control officer who is 5 feet, 8 inches and pounds. When she called the cousin to see if she would consent to an interview, the girl burst into tears and hung up. Three days later, Perez reported, her cousin was still hurt and upset. Robin Abcarian is an opinion columnist at the Los Angeles Times. She writes about news, politics and culture. Her columns appear on Wednesday and Sunday. Twitter: AbcarianLAT. All Sections. About Us.
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