Plus-Size Model Posts Letter To Teen Self About Body Image
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With the rise of social media highlighting body image, and waves of advertising campaigns geared toward embracing bodies of all shapes and sizes, we've come to celebrate that all bodies can be fit and active. Fitness magazines, however, continue to feature only the fittest models on their covers, which is discouraging to say the least — especially when the majority of readers represent a broad spectrum of body sizes. The notable publication made waves on social media this weekend when it released its August cover featuring year-old plus-sized model, Eric Jean Schenk. Looks like womensrunningmagazine and I have stirred the pot.
If you're a model , size is everything. Whether you're a Kate Moss-sized waif in a slip dress or a plus-size model in Lane Bryant lingerie, your body defines your career. Frighteningly thin, tall women stomp the runway like human clothes hangers, killing themselves sometimes literally to fit into an industry that doesn't accept body fat. The ladies all wore his ready-to-buy collection, modeling long gown and bodycon numbers no designer would have dared put on a curvy lady five years ago.