She dedicated her photos to "anyone who has ever felt uncomfortable or insecure because of rolls, or stretch marks, or cellulite, or acne, or felt like you didn't measure up because you weren't represented in the magazines."
This issue seems to have more plus-sized models and non-models than ever, as well as an essay by an outspoken feminist. Is this a good trend? Do models like this one belong in the swimsuit issue?
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Promoting body acceptance is fine... as long as you're promoting HEALTHY body acceptance. And she's not healthy. Obese people don't get to play the "body acceptance" card and think it's okay for them to remain obese. They are a danger to their own health and they should not be promoting that lifestyle.
Well that's a painted on suit and... she's not attractive at all. The painted on suit gives it kind of a gross factor. But if they wanna put her on I don't care.