This is a photo of a woman who was not posing or slumping purposely for the photo. This was her actual real posture. This woman's pelvis tips too far forward, the hips and knees bowed forward, shoulders round forward and the head came far forward, the feet turned outward "everting" -- all in an effort to stay upright and compensate for imbalanced deviated posture. The original Blue-Print design that distributes weight and gravity equally is gone. These are just a few of the posture deviations she had. Three other photos were taken showing her other profile, and the front and back of her body. Other deviations were visible as well: hip and shoulder elevations and rotations. It was impossible for her to stand erect.
This man's belly button, sternum, crotch should be on the red center line.
Here you see all her primary load joints (ankle, knee, hip, shoulder) stacked one above the other in a vertical line and at 90 degrees to the body. Plus the center line of gravity runs vertically, directly through all primary load joints. Notice her pelvis is level or "neutral", not tipped forward and not tipped back. Her hips are back underneath her upper body and over her lower body. Her chin is now level with the ground versus pointing down. Her head is back balanced over her spine.