Girl’s really going all out, here, huh? First we’re treated to photos of her nether-regions when she elected not to wear panties underneath a Pilates dress (it’s a thing, guys; Miley‘s trying to trademark Pilates dresses, if that doesn’t sound entirely too ridiculous to you like it does me), and now she’s exposing sideboob on a shopping trip with her mom. Out of these two ladies, I’d be more inclined to think that Mother Tish would be showing us her goods, and trying to leave Miley in the dust when it comes to being voted Trashiest Trashbag This Side of Trashland, but Miley’s gone and outdone the lady who birthed her.
WOO BRALESS SIDEBOOB.
Also, Miley’s gone ahead and fully endorsed Ashey Judd for Ashley’s recent misogynist-bashing essay, and claims that the article was “music to her ears”:
“Thank you @AshleyJudd This article was music to my ears. Beautifully said and beyond inspiring. I hope everyone woman reads this.”
Miley, as you may know, claims that people are saying she’s anorexic because she’s lost weight in recent weeks, but she attributes it to going gluten-free. I guess the only thing I’ve got to say about that is “penis cake and beer.” Chock-full of gluten, right? According to Miley, though, it’s a good thing she’s laid off the glutes – but going as far as recommending it to everyone? Well, that part’s come under fire, because experts say that telling people they should all go gluten-free even if they don’t have to is a silly thing to say:
Rachel Begun, a registered dietitian and food industry consultant, told Today’s Health that only those who have been diagnosed with a gluten-related disorder should go on a gluten-free diet. In fact, Begun said “People who go gluten-free may gain weight if they rely mostly on highly-processed gluten free foods, many of which tend to be higher in fat, calories and sugar than their gluten-containing counterparts.”
Karen Ansel, also a registered dietitian and spokeswoman for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, agreed. “There’s absolutely no evidence that a gluten-free diet promotes weight loss,” Ansel explained. “However, there is data that indicates that following a gluten-free diet can result in a diet that’s low in key nutrients — especially iron, zinc and B vitamins such as folate and niacin.”
I mean, jeez, Miley. What are you trying to do, kill people out there? Make them – gasp! – fat? Just stick to showing us your sideboob, girl. You’ve got that on lockdown.