This is the cover of the February 1994 edition of Sports Illustrated. Can we take a moment and notice how these women have curves, fat on their body, are not photo shopped to the point that they don’t even look like themselves anymore. Can we please go back to a time that images like these were splashed on the covers of magazines? These women are beyond gorgeous! And more importantly, they actually look real. Sports Illustrated did not airbrush them thin, erase the creases in Elle MacPherson’s legs when she sat down, get rid of the muscle in Rachel Hunter’s arm so that it would look thinner. No, they represented the woman as they are! I am sure there were touch ups, but nothing like magazines and the media do today. Today they take thin petite girls and make their waists smaller. They take women with B and C cup boobs and enhance them to Ds. When will the media ever come to understand that REAL is beautiful. Fake and airbrushed isn’t.