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Plus-Size Models Making You Feel Fat...?

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Not everyone can be a size 6 and we need to accept the reality that some women are curvy. Be sensitive and avoid using the word fat. It's degrading and not politically correct.
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I like curvy women. I wouldn't want to be with someone skinny who barely eats. This is how a woman's body should look like.
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Every woman should celebrate and embrace their curves. There are skinny women but there are also those are chunky. It's all about accepting and loving your body.
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If you're not a size 0 then society sees you as fat. It's hard to fight society's stereotype of what's acceptable. It adds pressure to women to conform.
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Plus size models ironically make me feel flat and skinny. I'm trying to gain some weight for health reasons. It's not about what people sees as the perfect body. I couldn't care less about what others think.
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Plus size models have been popular lately. It is a more realistic body shape for women. Not everyone has time to go to the gym.
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Reed thin people call them fat. We live in a superficial world. We will always be judged by our bodies. People got used to seeing starving skinny models on the runway.
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Models come in all shapes and sizes like normal women. They shouldn't be judged for that. Being called fat is degrading.
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They actually make me feel skinny. They've got meat in their bones and in a way it makes me see that maybe I've been dieting too much.
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I'm not a fan of chunky women. I prefer the usual models who are tall and thin. People got so used to those so plus sized models are still getting some flack.
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I've always respected people regardless of their shape. We all have different body types so we need to work with what we have.
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People have different tastes. Some people like chunky while some like skinny ones. We shouldn't judge people based on their body types. Let's look past that.
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I'm a curvy women and I like seeing women who have the same body type as me on the runway. People would be more accepting of that if they see that plus size models are not being criticized and are accepted.
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Shapely models are still not as celebrated as the skinny ones. They still get criticized for their shape. Designers would still lean toward getting the usual model stereotype because they're sample size.
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They don't make me feel fat. I feel better that I'm petite actually. I don't think that type of body would be good for me. Makes me appreciate what I have.
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They make us feel normal because they're bigger. We complain about every small thing and that shouldn't be the case. Everyone's unique.
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They're actually the ones who get called fat. People aren't used to plus size models and they get so much flack. People are very critical of their body shape.
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They're actually the ones who get called fat. People aren't used to plus size models and they get so much flack. People are very critical of their body shape.
True. They get criticized and they're usually at the receiving end of hateful and shameful comments. They get body shamed for being 'fat'.
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True. They get criticized and they're usually at the receiving end of hateful and shameful comments. They get body shamed for being 'fat'.
Body shaming has been common lately. They call them names and it's so mean. We all have different body structures and it's not their fault they're curvy.
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People are mean. They like shaming people because they're different. That's what's wrong with society. They want everyone to conform to what's beautiful and acceptable to them.
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