The Pete a was born on 5 June 1979 in Wilmette, Illinois, USA. Is a member of the band “Fall Out Boy”. Acts as backup vocalist, guitarist and songwriter.
Full name Ventra Pete Peter Lewis Kingston
Wentz in the Third. He was born and raised in a small American town, not far from Chicago. At the time of studying at school, he was a leading player in the local football team. Field schools he continued his education at the University, where he studied politics and law. In the course of a semester he regularly went to lectures, but realizing that it’s not his ability I decided not to drive myself annoying ranting about the political situation in the country.
Pete the press decided it’s time to devote to music. In that era he was one of the brightest representatives of the Chicago punk. The musician was a member of such collectives as “ARMA Angelus”, “7 Angels of the Apocalypse / Culture of violence”, “extinction”, “forever ended today, Baxter, and yellow road priest.”
In addition to his musical activities, Pete the press is the author of a book called “The Boy With The Thorn In His Side”. This work describes about the nightmares and the fears experienced by adolescents, in particular the author of the book. Pete was pretty candid in their presentations, in the end he got a pretty good story. His second work was the book “Gray”.
is a company “Clandestine Industries”, the focus of which is the spread of different inexpensive items such as books and clothing. Also at some point a musician has had his own recording Studio “Decaydance Records”. He recorded their albums bands like “Panic! At The Disco”, “October Fall”, “Gym Class Heroes, The Hush Sound, and Lifetime”.
The life of Pete
was muddled and unstable. In February 2005 he tried to commit suicide Dorm. The musician took a strong dose of antidepressants, but the doctors had time before to provide him with proper medical care.
Pete’s world with his band “fall out boy” recorded the albums: “liked”, “take it to the grave”, “from under the cork tree” and “infinite height”, “Folie à-DEUX”.
Pete the press is one of the most controversial celebrities of America. in addition to noisy scandals about his photos with a naked body, his unflagging accused of various crimes, up to the use of illicit drugs.
is a company “Clandestine Industries”, the focus of which is the spread of different inexpensive items such as books and clothing. So at the moment the musician got his own recording Studio “Decaydance Records”. He recorded their albums bands like “Panic! At The Disco”, “October Fall”, “Gym Class Heroes, The Hush Sound, and Lifetime”.
May 17, 2008 took place the wedding with ashlee Simpson. The ceremony took place in the mansion of Ashley’s parents in Encino, California, and passed without great pomp: the ceremony was attended by just 150 people – friends and relatives of the spouses. Among others, at a wedding attended sister Ashley, actress and singer Jessica Simpson, and Good Charlotte vocalist Joel Madden and his wife Nicole Richie. Interestingly, the guardian wedding rings made… favorite bulldog Pete - Hemingway
November 20, 2008, ashlee Simpson gave birth to Pete’s son.The boy was named Bronx Mowgli
. Delivery in Los andzhelesskom the medical center Cedars-Sinai
In March 2010, Pete has created a new group, Black Cards, plays in the genres of pop, electro, dancehall, experimental. The band: Pete the press, Bibi Rickshaw, Nate Patterson Spencer Peterson.
February 9, 2011 the world learned that the family of a has filed for divorce. According to official data, the cause became insurmountable odds.
Since August 2011 Pete is Dating model Meagan Camper.
Pete wrote a book called “The Boy With The Thorn In His Side”, based on his nightmares. His next book was called “Rainy Day Kids”, the release was scheduled for 14 February 2006 but was postponed because Pete was not pleased with some of the chapters. In addition, Pete has written another book along with James Montgomery, editor in chief of MTV News “Grey”.
Pete also has his own company Clandestine Industries, which distributes books, clothes and other goods. Besides, he has his own recording Studio Decaydance Records, on which were written the albums of groups such as Panic! At The Disco, October Fall, Gym Class Heroes, The Hush Sound, and Lifetime. He also collaborated with on the film Bartskull Films, and released their DVD “Release the Bats”.
I’m 5'8” and 95lbs. I have a BMI of 14.4 which means I’m extremely underweight for my height. I am not anorexic. I am not bulimic. I have no eating disorders what so ever. I don’t exercise. My diet is pretty standard of the average American- not great but not not total shit either. What I do though is snack throughout the day and maybe have one small-to-medium sized meal a day rather than eat three massive meals. This makes my metabolism very fast. That compounded with the fact that my metabolism is pretty fast because of genetics means that food just goes right through me. I cannot gain weight without using unhealthy measures.
Those are the facts.
Now let’s talk about perception. If you talked to the average person, they would say that being skinny is something that is put on a pedestal. The media glorifies it and the “normal” person with a “normal” body is shamed because they can’t reach these unrealistic standards. They say only skinny people get to be models or “pretty” actresses (forget Tyra Banks, Queen Latifah, Whitney Thompson -a former America’s Next Top Model-, Jessica Simpson, Jennifer Hudson, the Kardashian sisters, Ashley Graham, I could go on). They say the world works against “normal” sized people and caters to “skinny” people and tells you that if you aren’t “skinny” no one will want you.
Now let’s talk about how it really is:
My entire life I’ve been asked if I was anorexic, even when I was as young as seven or eight. My entire life, people have told me “men like ‘real women’ with curves; only dogs go for bones,” that no one was ever going to want me because of my body. My entire life I’ve been threatened to be force-fed if I happened to not be hungry at any given time. My entire life I’ve been asked if I was okay, if I was eating right, if I wanted some of whoever’s food because I looked hungry. My entire life I’ve been looked down on and laughed at because of my body. People call me “stick” and “skeleton” thinking it doesn’t hurt me. People have told me I’m “so lucky” because I don’t gain weight and in the same breath tell me I need to put on twenty pounds or I was going to die. People have wrapped their hand around my wrist and neck saying “wow I could snap you like a twig” and thought I wouldn’t find that uncomfortable and threatening. People have thought I was helpless just because I’m smaller in size than them, then become surprised when I was strong enough to handle my own. I can’t find clothes that fit me anywhere because average clothes aren’t made with my body type in mind, and clothing stores don’t stock as much small and petite and size 0 and 1 clothes (if they stock them at all) as they do the larger sizes because people my size aren’t looked at as “normal” so they don’t expect people like us to walk into their store.
So don’t tell me there is a “skinny privilege.” That’s fucking bullshit.
My entire fucking life I’ve never been told I’m beautiful by anybody but my parents, my aunt, and my current boyfriend. I’ve never been seen as anything but an anorexic little nobody just because I’m smaller than the average person. So I’m the expected size of a model? So fucking what? In the real world, nobody gives a shit if you’re built like a fucking model. You’re just a sick freak who needs to eat a cheeseburger.
Let’s talk about how I hate how I look naked, how you can see my ribs and spine and how my hips look like they’re going to stab out of my skin and my collarbone juts out so I look like a skeleton and My knees and elbows are knobby and I DIDN’T CHOOSE ANY OF THIS. Let’s talk about how most normal stores don’t carry size 32B bras (and finding an A-cup when my breasts were still developing was FUCKING IMPOSSIBLE).
Lets talk about how I just broke down and CRIED yesterday because I can count one one hand the people who actually find me attractive and it’s the most horrible feeling in the world to know (to be reminded constantly) that no one will ever want me.
I’m really fucking lucky I found one man who loves me for who I am and loves my body the way it is. A lot of girls don’t find that much, not matter what their size is.
But there is so much propaganda these days (especially on sites like tumblr) that we need to be accepting of people of any size, as long as they are on the heavier side of the spectrum. Never once have I seen a blog on tumblr saying “we should stop judging girls on how small they are” unless it’s on this unpopular opinion blog. No, it’s “don’t fat shame” and “don’t look down on me because I’m curvy” and “check your skinny privilege.”
WHAT FUCKING PRIVILEGE?! WHAT HAS THIS BODY EVER DONE FOR ME?
It’s earned me a lot of judgement and shame and disgusted comments and looks. It’s refused to do what I tell it, remaining just as flat and straight no matter how much I eat or work out to gain muscle and curves. It’s made total fucking strangers make assumptions about me and try to force their way into my business because they think they know what’s better for me than I do. So yeah, I feel so fucking privileged. I feel really fucking lucky, thanks.
If you want to comment on this blog about how much more shit plus sized people get: don’t. I don’t fucking care. I hear it every day of my life how worse plus sized people have it and I AM DONE. NOBODY HAS IT WORSE THAN ANYBODY ELSE SO FUCKING QUIT IT. HOW ABOUT INSTEAD OF COMPLAINING YOU HAVE THE SHORT END OF THE STICK BECAUSE “SKINNY PRIVILEGE”, YOU JUST BE ACCEPTING OF EVERYONE AND STOP THE JUDGEMENT.