I like her outfit.
The quote in the photo sounds like it's coming from IKEA catalogue.
*As for S using men, I don't see it exactly this way. She is a shady person but she did a job and got payed for it. Someone could say that men was using S for their... apetite. I concider it an even exchange, as long as we are talking about her choices as an adult, not her photoshoot while she was 16.
I'm not talking about her so-called modeling work.
Read her blog. It was literally nothing but entry after entry after entry talking about getting guys to buy her drinks, take her out on their boats, and using them to get into VIP sections at clubs.
You can find it in early Sofia threads on this board. And yes, she was an adult when she did this. It was during her time in NYC.
Oh, and then of course, there's the older guy she was living with. She wrote about flipping a coin to determine who would get out of bed to feed the guy's 3 or 4 year old child.
Yes, she's trash and the "modeling" is not the reason why.
Well, i think there is a misunderstanding here. I didn't talk about her modeling work either.
The bold part is what, in my opinion, was an even exchange. These men knew what she wanted from them, and they took something in return.
I've never ever applauded the way she talked about the son of her then "companion" or about her disabled teacher. I've never said this was a good thing. The only positive thing I've said about S is that I believe she truly loves her kids. I wanted to clarify my opinion because I don't like when what I say ends up twisted.
I did not twist your words, unlike how you are twisting mine now, and like how you did when you responded with your mention of the photoshoot.
Even if the men took something in return, she still happily did it and blogged repeatedly about it. Two wrongs do not equal a right.
I've no doubt that she loves her kids, but she's still nothing but trash. She might treat her own children well, but she certainly does not treat other children with the same loving care as evidenced by her comments to the South African rape victims, and in her clothing choices and dance choreography for those vulnerable young girls. I wouldn't want her around any children in my family.