yesterday's post on emma stone caused quite the stir. and while conversation and debate are always a good thing, based on the comments that came in, i unfortunately feel as though my original message and intent wasn't clearly conveyed and therefore misinterpreted by many. so i removed it. this site stands as a true representation of myself, but obviously, tone and words that may seem clear in mind don't always translate well via the written word. i in no way meant to convey the popular actress is on a downward spiral of drugs, DUIs, plastic surgery, and a breakdown. i obviously don't know her and don't follow celebrity news often, but as far as i can tell, that's not the case. it was merely a commentary on her looks evolving quite drastically in the past couple of years, particularly with her weight loss, much like those of starlets who have gone before her, when in my opinion, the change is unnecessary as they are all naturally lovely to begin with. and that is all. a war on women, it was was not.
i regularly seek out and promote great female role models for women and myself via the everygirl, and have tried to do it when possible on this site (here, here, and here). and i will, of course, continue to try and do that. thanks for understanding.