So this a response to some of the comments on myTake.
Now being a model is SO much more than just the product as many people think. It's a job and not letting every race, body type, height.. to get the job because they aren't good for the product is 99% of the time bullshit and discriminating. Because most of the time the clothes they sell and the model is wearing looks amazing on curvy women and all kinds of women and there are models who are curvy (fashion nova) who sells a huge amount of clothes just like the skinny flat ones. Fashion Nova is one of the biggest things right now in the world, so many celebrities are using it and a lot of people are buying it.
Fashion Nova with all different types of models had a net worth of 400 million dollars 2017 https://ecommercedb.com/en/store/fashionnova.com#general-information
And H&M has all races and body types and they have a net worth of 28 billion dollars https://www.forbes.com/companies/hm/#74ce364e7280 .
Vercase that only has one type has the net worth of 400 million dollars
And Victoria secret is worth 7.6 billion dollars so it isn't all about the product, companies who have all types of people usually make more money.
And now we get to "but they make the product and they fit that underweight skinny tall white model." Well the crazy thing is, most of the time it's not true either. Many clothes that are made are too big for the model and look way better on a person that is healthy. For example this is a model and a celebrity wearing the same thing next:
Now I think tall skinny people are beautiful too but the modeling industry doesn't make more money on underweight tall white women than on different types of women. If you don't believe me give me a source.
Selling a product with different body types and skin colors isn't hard, it has worked so well in many industries so that's not an excuse.
Tyra Banks is one of the biggest models in the world and she has her own show called "America's Next Top Model" where she has tall, short, skinny flat, skinny curvy from all religions and cultures because she knows it is more than just the product. It shows society's beauty and a lot of people right now especially kids are not eating because they want to look like a vercase model. You hear that a lot and by my experience.
Tyra Banks models:
Personally I don't wanna become a model but I want everyone to have the same chance at getting the job. Of course sometimes you will want a tall skinny white flat women but if it's every time then it's not a coincidence. You can watch Tyra Banks new episodes and learn more about modeling because it is so mush more than the product, it's a job who effects society! And she herself had to deal with a lot of discrimination because of her race and because she is curvy. Meaning she has to work like 10 times harder.
Obs! You don't have to agree with me. But I put some facts and opinions on what I think of the situation in the modeling industry. If you disagree it would be nice to have sources and a valuable reason and not just this is all bullshit or something without any reason for it.