I recently went shopping where I stumbled upon this jeans where they were advertised where I was asked on the tag's label if I "wanna betta butt?" Growing up in the 90s, the body of a supermodel is what graced the pages of many magazines. The size 2 frame was like an assault to what would be my future security surrounding my body image when I became a woman. Now fastfoward to 2015 where Nicki Minaj's boom, badoom, boom, boom of here deriee is gracing every music channel along with Jennifer Lopez's "Booty" and let's not forgot the selfies of Kim Kardashian. It is now confimed, I do have body image issues along with possibly every other woman because even though I don't fit into a size two and I will never possibly twerk like Nicki Minaj (not that I wanted to anyway). And I'm left to wonder, is today's so-called celebration of curves just a reappropriation of size 2 model. Is this so called "celebration" really just another attempt to define what women's bodies we should live up to (or buy into) as its definition of what is attractive and beautiful that coincidentally coincides with commercial entities like what jeans to to buy. Shopping is no longer just about buying clothes, it's about buying a new body image. Do you "wanna betta butt?"