Resolved Question: WHO IS PRETTIER:KEIRA
Who is prettier(in your opinion):Keira Knightley or Kristen Stewart
Which movie is better:(in your opinion) Twilight or Pirates of the Caribbean?
Thanks!!!!( in advance)
Posted on 8 July 2013 | 8:43 pm
Resolved Question: What role did Keira
I know that Keira Knightley played in Star Wars: Episode 1: The Phantom Menace but I don't know who her character was can you tell me?
Posted on 24 November 2011 | 11:34 am
Resolved Question: Where is this place in
where is this place? keira knightley .. where he lives ?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPqee-LvFNw I wanted to know what it's called the area where he lives ? sorry. I am Italian. I use a translator to write.
I do not write well in English. I'd like to come to London to ask for an autograph keira, if I see her on the street. http://it.answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AhMd3Mft3GnnQpzlJRcD87LwDQx.;_ylv=3?qid=20110823000736AAqKII8
Posted on 22 August 2011 | 5:09 pm
Resolved Question: Who is better Keira
I love Keira more!
Posted on 11 December 2010 | 10:29 am
Resolved Question: Why does Keira
I have noticed that when "eating disorders" and the "obsession to be thin" is discussed many people have pointed fingers at Keira Knightley and other figures in Hollywood receive blame for what may in fact be a natural body size.
And although anorexia is not an issue to be belittled and the media/our culture does push a desire to be thin onto women, the "revolution" of plus-sized models and "Curvy is Cool" representation may, perhaps unintentionally, be encouraging the obesity epidemic. I don't mean to insult overweight people personally, but the fact is that over half of America is overweight and along with that, comes an increased risk for many, many medical issues, an obvious one being heart disease.
My womens and gender studies teacher showed us a powerpoint about eating disorders in which Keira Knightley was displayed beside Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen.
My sociology book had a picture of her too beside a caption that read, "The thinness craze encourages some people to extremes, as with Keira Knightley".
I was just annoyed because it assumed she was unhealthy and trying to give off a "thin is in" impression to the world when in interviews she has actually said, "I am quite sure I don't have anorexia". She went on to assert that she was naturally thin.
I really feel that even though typically we may see "fat" women as targeted in our society, often thin women experience the same objectification.
Do you think it is often assumed that women with very thin frames have eating disorders? I tend to think this perception, if true, is off base because some women are naturally thin, and though their BMI may point to "anorectic" they really do have fast metabolisms and tiny bone structures... why isn't this differentiated between someone with pathological behavior? And why is it becoming "okay" in our society to be overweight? I don't see people attacking or pinning supposed compulsive eating disorder labels on plus sized celebrities such as Queen Latifah...
Posted on 31 March 2010 | 12:47 pm