Dying To Be Thin by lisabella
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Did You Know
-8,000,000 or more people in the United States have an eating disorder.
-90% are women.
-Victims may be rich or poor.
-Eating disorders usually start in the teens but may begin as early as age 8.

Comments

  • visualmetaphor
    visualmetaphoralmost 6 years ago

    Beautifully tragic Lisabella
    As always, fantastic work with a deep meaning…

    Keep up the great work

    x

  • thank you so much

    – lisabella

  • amanda marx
    amanda marxalmost 6 years ago

    fabulous image . . . brilliant message . . . gorgeous work on every level sweetie
    xXx

  • thank you so much!! ♥

    – lisabella

  • Valerie Anne Kelly
    Valerie Anne K...almost 6 years ago

    Wow! amazing work sweetheART love it! .. ; } happy hippy hugglez

  • haha thanks!

    – lisabella

  • Kimberley Barton
    Kimberley Bartonalmost 6 years ago

    fantastic work -

  • izzilazer
    izzilazeralmost 6 years ago

    great work, i love all the photography that you’re doing about eating disorders!
    this is a great shot, definetly a favorite :)

  • Abugayle22
    Abugayle22about 5 years ago

    Love love love this series. Wow. Great work.

  • Antonello Incagnone "incant"
    Antonello Inca...about 5 years ago

    in Sicily it is said
    “’a carne fa bedda a jatta”
    (the meat makes the tabby cat beautiful)

  • Edibl3leper
    Edibl3leperover 3 years ago

    The picture is beautiful, however the subject hardly looks anorexic. Am I missing something? I apologize if that seems rude, I just feel as if I missed something. Also, it may just be my personal opinion (feel free to tell me to shove it, I will not be offended), but I feel the tags seem to send a mixed message, I was an Anorexic Bulimic for several years who at 5/6" was hospitalized for being under 72 lbs, so I do not feel that the words beauty and anorexia should be in the same grouping, I just fear some of those children, as young as age 8 who may read this, may read the wrong thing. Either way, if that is you, you are quite lovely, I just feel very strongly about this and were I to do something others may view as a contradiction, I would ask that it be brought to my attention, especially with such a dire subject.

  • I understand what you’re saying and I appreciate your input very much! I didn’t mean to call anorexia beautiful, I just think the photo altogether is beautiful in a different kind of way. More of like, you may be suffering, but you’re still beautiful. You may not feel it but you are. Not the anorexia part. It’s so full of hate on the body and mind and such a terrible thing. I am sorry you had to experience such an awful condition and I hope that you are better now! Cyllan was at the time having issues with her body, and she wanted me to do something that kind of reflected that… not to get attention or anything but just because she wanted to have something as inspiration to change and make herself healthier. Glad to say she is doing very well now and I’m glad that we took these photos.

    – lisabella

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