Website Highlights Kanye West’s ‘Post-Baby Body’

Kanye West


Of all the grating, untasteful, and borderline offensive habits perpetuated by tabloid writing, the discussion of the “post-baby body” is the worst (beating out “bikini body” by just a hair). So it was with a sigh of relief and an appreciative chuckle that we read the Huffington Post headline “Kanye West Shows Off Post-Baby Body On Sunny Day In Los Angeles.” 

Especially considering how much flack his girlfriend (and mother of his child) Kim Kardashian got for her maternity fashion — which all too often focused on her shape rather than her clothes — it’s refreshing to see a publication criticizing the media’s tendency to, well, criticize. It seems ridiculous to be talking about West’s “post-baby body,” which in turn leads one to consider the ridiculousness inherent in the term itself. Which brings us — we hope — one step closer to abolishing the phrase from our vocabularies. 

To read HuffPost’s full article and see the photo in question, head to

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Celebrity Editor Abbey Stone hails from the fair isle of Martha's Vineyard, a lovely, vaguely dinosaur-shaped spot of land located off the coast of Cape Cod, MA, that is best known for exporting preppy salmon-colored pants. But the bright lights of New York City beckoned, and Abbey was lured away from her coastal haven to attend Barnard College. She graduated in 2010 with a degree in English and a much less useful minor in Dance. Abbey has been published in Dance Magazine, The Huffington Post, Time Out New York, and Popstar! magazine (where she learned more than she ever wanted to know about Justin Bieber). Abbey now lives in Brooklyn, where she spends her days watching stupid Internet videos and reading pretentious books.