“Plus Size ? More like my size.”

“Plus size or My Size”

Size discrimination is definitely a feminist issue, especially since women were pressured to conform to the shape of coke bottles since the beginning of time.  Yet vocal feminist have been working hard to change society’s past and present ways of body shaming women. We can hope that a size 26 and 6 can both be seen as beautiful.

Along the long path to change, people like Ashley Graham (experienced model) voice their opinions to make sure women and girls that experience the same issues are confident and comfortable in their own curves.

Here in this Ted Talk, Ashley tells about her experience of being a “plus size” model, and the uprisings and downfalls that come with it.

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