F-Word You, Good Housekeeping
The cover quotes Winslet saying "I don't worry about weight anymore." Of course I applaud that statement, but it indicates that the focus of the article is--as usual--on Kate Winslet's weight. I mean my god, she is thin. She is gorgeous. She is perfect. She is fine. And yet her weight is constantly being harped on; it's exhausting. And the F-Word pointed out the other irony, so typical of women's magazines:
"[W]hile Winslet offers a ray of sanity in this thin-idolized culture that should be lauded, the magazine’s sing-it-sister copy is hopelessly rendered moot by the larger, overshadowing print above: 'The No-Hunger Diet: Stop starving, start losing.'"