Monday, February 6, 2006

Fat Activist Seeks Breast Perception Equality

SAN DIEGO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A singer and fat activist thinks some people are acting like boobs when it comes to her breasts.

Singer Candye Kane says that some newspapers and magazines have refused to run paid ads featuring her Whole Lotta Love album cover because her “God given” 44 GG breasts are too prominent in the photo.

Just a few days ago, she found out that the owner of a club she’s scheduled to play at tomorrow (Feb. 7) covered up the cleavage in her publicity poster because of a customer complaint.

It’s true that her cups runneth over in the picture, but Kane insists, “It’s not an obscene photo.”

She says it’s never an issue when stars show cleavage, citing Jessica Simpson, Britney Spears and Pamela Anderson, “who has gigantic boobs, but she’s skinny.”

The point is, she says, “When it’s a skinny person [showing off cleavage], people don’t seem to notice as much. If a fat girl does it, it’s offensive. This is a whole commentary on our society.”

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