RUMER WILLIS HAS NO PROBLEM WITH HER LOOKS – BUT SHE’S STILL A LITTLE OBSESSED
There aren’t many women around who would take offense at a Vanity Fair photographer photoshopping them to look more attractive. In fact, most women would be thrilled just to appear in the magazine. So Rumer Willis (above, center) proved herself one of a kind when she called out Vanity Fair for altering her chin in a photo. We witnessed the cruel comments people made online about her appearance when she was growing up and felt awful for her. She has apparently gotten over it and has confidence in her looks today. Rumer said “Altering someone’s beauty is a form of bullying.” The photo never appeared in the magazine, only online, and the photographers responsible claim they only made corrections necessary because they used a wide angle lens and never intended to change her looks. We side with Rumer, and are amazed that she has the courage to declare herself beautiful while most models don’t think they are. Wouldn’t it be nice if the pursuit of beauty was NOT emphasized to little girls growing up?