Quote: Originally Posted by Kreskin
She's been in the make up thing already. Also high heels. I think her hormones are moving ahead too fast. Her teacher was saying that she thinks our food system is making girls hormones advance faster than they should or have in the past.
Well yes and no. How's that for fence sitting?
The hormones they inject into our meat is definitely giving girls way bigger chests than they ever had in my day. Many of these girls are pencil thin with double D cup sizes. In my day there might have been one girl with such a set on her. The rest of us were all fairly "average" in size. It is now amazing to sit with a group of older men and hear them say such things as "anything bigger than a large B is gross". I think it is because the older generation knows what happens to such large globes of fat was they get older. It ain't pretty.
So yes, our food is contributing to some kind of hormone ingestion via our food.
On the other hand when I was in kindergarten, our teacher had whopping big ones, wore bright red lip stick and the tightest skirt her fanny could slide into. I remember the first time I played "teacher" in my nightie. I took the bottom of that nightie and wound it around my tiny body and pinned it with a safety pin. Then I slathered red lip stick all over my face and put my tiny feet into my mum's heals.
When I went out into the living room my parents about died. I think my mum might have wet herself trying to suppress the laughter. They knew exactly who I wanted to look like. She was the most glamorous thing around in my little world. And she had power over all of us in my mind. I was a tad confused as I sashayed from the room but I was also quite confident I looked beeeeeeeeautiful.
They mimic. It is normal. All little kids want to be "big" kids/adults.
Good luck with the next decade or two.