[theqoo] A FIELD WHERE GENETICAL SPOON IS SCARIER THAN BEING A GOLDEN SPOON

T/N: the title basically reads: the field where genes becomes the scary part of nepotism






Yolanda Foster during her modelling days in the 80-90s





And her daughters Gigi and Bella Hadid





Rande Gerber during his modelling days in the 80-90s





Supermodel Cindy Crawford





And their daughter Kaia Gerber

But of course, even if the genes selection goes wrong


They pretend like the wrong gene selection happened and still push ahead, like Kate Moss and her daughter

original post: here

1. Your wording damn...ㅎ Imagine looking at someone's kid and thinking "They failed the genetic selection", would you feel good about it????

2. Your wording is a bit too harsh, but it's true that if you want to become a model, you need to start by having the looks (height, legs and arms, etc.) so it's indeed true that genes are the strongest factor. Even without being a model, this applies..

3 I wonder when the model industry will wake up. It's time for them to drop the lookism 

5. Looks aren't everythng, it's all about how much backing your parents can use and how hard you work to find yourself a spot in it... 

6. Even for Kimura Takuya, she has zero talent, but she's getting pushed so much 

7. But models need to look at the visuals and proportions...

8. The way you're talking about genes selection creeps me out..

9. Did OP's parents succeed with their genes selection??

10. I didn't know Kaia's dad was also a model 



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