She looks like the boyish, anorexic waif that 30 years ago we would have protested beind held up as something to aspire to, because of how harmful the ideal is to teenage girls.

But now we're applauding it.

It used to be called "heroin chic" and while it was trendy, we at least generally didn't pretend it was healthy. This "hormone chic" on the other hand, is supposed to bring ultimate health and happiness for a troubled actress? Yeah right.