Chloe Lattanzi: I've been in the public eye my whole life, having people watch me and judge me since I was a little girl. I've had an unhealthy obsession with trying to attain some kind of physical perfection. I think a lot of women encounter that.
I've been every girl. I've been the chubby girl, I've been the anorexic girl, and now, I'm healthy and fit. I'm the healthiest I've ever been, and it's just funny that no matter which girl you are, you get criticized.
There are a lot of mixed messages for women. You're either sexy and stupid, or intelligent and a non-sexual being. And I don't agree with that in any way. Women have so much pressure to look perfect, especially on social media with all the people just ready to go out there and attack you for any imperfections.
I went through anorexia, and I hated my body for a long time. I've finally come to a place where I love my body. I'm comfortable with eating and I'm comfortable with showing my body. Not because I think anyone should look like me, but because it's the first time in my life I've been comfortable with that.
If I had smaller breasts, would I somehow have a brain? Would I somehow have more content to my character? I don't think so. I'm just who I am, and like all human beings, our external self has absolutely no correlation with who we are mentally.