Analyzed Anorexia Dent Example 01

The example picture above demonstrates how “Anorexia Dent” can affect any woman of any ethnic background. The picture shows a white woman, an Asian woman, and an Arabic or Hispanic looking woman, who all have “Anorexia Dent”.

While the other side of the torso of all three women is curved, examination will reveal that the curvature of the other side of the body, is not nearly of the same degree or severity as the curvature of the side of the torso with “Anorexia Dent”.

The leg opposite the side of the body with the “Anorexia Dent” will commonly extend outwards, rotate outwards, or lift upwards. In this example picture only the Hispanic or Arabic looking woman’s left leg looks like it is lifted upwards and extended outwards.

The left legs of the white and Asian women are crossed over in front of their right legs.

If Anorexia is supposed to make the leg opposite the side of the torso with “Anorexia Dent” look lifted upwards, extended outwards, or rotated outwards, why is the leg opposite the “Anorexia Dent” in the torso of the white and Asian women crossed over in front of the other leg?

Firstly, it is necessary for both women to lift their left leg slightly to make it cross over in front of the right leg, so the leg opposite the “Anorexia Dent is lifted upwards as expected.

The reason the left legs are crossed over in front of the right legs is because of the unnatural posture the woman are holding. The woman are forcing their bodies to face the camera, and to do that comfortably, then need to cross the left leg in front of the right leg. If the woman were standing naturally, the left leg would look lifted upwards, extended outwards, or rotated outwards.

The arm on the same side of the body as the “Anorexia Dent” will become crippled. The arm will move behind the body so it is partially visible, or the arm might be held up across the body.

The right arm of the Arabic or Hispanic looking model is laying right on the side of her torso because the “Anorexia Dent” has changed the geometry of her shoulder.

The arm of the white woman is outwards from her body. The look of the right arm and right hand are what indicate the crippled condition of her arm. The way the hand is flat on the hip with the arm rotated so it faces forward indicates damage to the geometry of the shoulder.

The right arm of the Asian woman is angled far away from the side of her body.

Does that mean that the claim that an “Anorexia Dent” cripples the arm is wrong? No it does not.

The reason The Asian woman’s right arm is angled so far outwards from her body, is that her case of “Anorexia Dent” is the most severe. Instead of laying on the side of the body or holding the hand and arm a particular way as might be done in a weak relatively weak case of “Anorexia Dent”, the severe “Anorexia Dent” of the Asian woman makes her arm swing the completely other way to compensate for the changes to the geometry of her shoulder.

Corroboration for the claims about the position of the Asian woman’s right arm location being the result of a severe case of “Anorexia Dent”, can be found in the woman’s right shoulder. The Asian woman’s case of “Anorexia Dent” is so severe that her right shoulder has been pulled downwards.

Anorexia does not just shrink the side of the torso. The shrinkage of the side of the torso that creates the “Anorexia Dent” extends up into the head. The shrinkage of the right side of the head causes the head of the Asian and the Arabic or Hispanic woman to tilt to their right.


The shrinkage of the head also affects the size and shape of the head. The hair of each woman is cut in such a way that it partially obscures part of their head.

The part of the head covered by the hair is part of the head that has been shrunken by Anorexia. There are other parts of the head that have also been shrunken by Anorexia.


  1. In literally every picture you have provided on this site, the women are all standing with their right arm akimbo. Naturally, when you stand that way, your head is slightly cocked to one side and your weight presses that way, giving you this so-called “anorexia dent.” Try providing a picture with women standing in a different fashion and try to prove this shit then.

  2. None of those three women are anorexic, and there is no “dent”. It’s just the angle at which they’re photographed while posing a similar way for a camera.

    1. You are wrong. Anyone who spends the time to examine the images on this post or related posts cannot deny there is a difference in the shape between each side of the body of the example individual in the post.

      Unless they just want to be contrary of course…..

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