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If we endorse fatness and obesity to be "okay" then people will stay fat and do fuck all about it. STOP MAKING FAT SEEM OKAY, IT'S UNHEALTHY.3THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
If we endorse fatness and obesity to be "okay" then people will stay fat and do fuck all about it. STOP MAKING FAT SEEM OKAY, IT'S UNHEALTHY.
sure why not. and the argument that she is unhealthy rings hollow as we've seen for decades very underweight women (many with eating disorders) strut their stuff on the catwalk
Yes, I love her pizzaz and her confidence. A lot of the skinnier women don't have as much confidence as she does. While anything at Victoria Secret doesn't fit a normal sized girl, unless you're a size zero, it's nice to see someone realistic wearing their clothes.
Yes, that would be a great idea. She's pretty.
I never watch those, but if I did, I would like to see a mix of different body types within reason. So I voted yes. She's a good looking lady.
yes she's pretty plus VS shows are more about glam and show than the actual clothes :p so i dont care that much about it
however for HF shows rather not
Voted "Hell yes" cuz no one in the world gives two flyin shits about the Victoria's Secret Runway Show
I don't watch it lol but after a quick Google image search, sure she's hot
I don't really go for lingerie or swimsuit models...
No. She's fat.
sure, why not
Nope. Fat model is an oxymoron.
why not lol
I don't watch them.
Im totally down for diversity, I feel that the victoria secret show is fine just the way it currently is. Sometimes things aren't inclusive to all but thats okay. You don't see any short girls in it- we aren't hating exactly lol.
Wouldn't bother me... she's pretty but her attitude with her fame is really starting to get out of hand. She is forever gloating about how she's the first plus model to in sports illustrated amongst other things. It's unattractive.
Why not? Ashley is gorgeous and most American women are closer to her weight than to the other skinny models.
I don't see it as encouraging women to be overweight, it's more about making these women feel less left out and love themselves which is a better mentality for them to work on themselves than to constantly bring them down.
I want people whose bodies are representative of the general population to walk in all fashion shows.
yes! victorias secret markets their models as the most beautiful women in the world, so it sucks that most of them are tall and skinny with light skin. I think women like Ashley Graham are beautiful and every size and shape in between would be great. a really good designer can work with any body type.
Excuse me but we are against walking those skinny sticks in the name of "body image issues and health problems" then instead, we are encouraging an overweight person to be over there as a rolemodel kind position in terms of body image. So no thanks.
No they should add all types, not just apple body shapes, I don't see any pear shapes. Most have big boobs or hourglass.
Are there any red heads or curly girls? There should be a true representation of the women that purchase VS
Don't care. most fashion labels prefer body's that aren't super distracting so they can show off the clothing. But I don't really care
Why not? People come in all shapes and sizes, so it only makes sense to showcase that.
I think it's a great idea.
Yes! Though I doubt they will.
I don't mind Ashley Graham (sp), she's pretty.
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