Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Chrissy Metz Poses As A Pin-up Girl For Harper's Bazaar And People Have Mixed Feelings About It.

Can plus size girls be pin-up girls?
Chrissy MetzPopular plus-sized actress and singer Chrissy Metz was featured in a spread for Harper's Bazaar, in the spread she says "I'm paving the way for other women and men who know they're destined for greatness but they don't believe it yet" it sparked a debate on social media about health and beauty standards some love that a woman of a larger size was featured in a spread saying things like  "Love this" "You look stunning" but some were outraged "How does someone let them selfs get that big?" "How is this socially acceptable and even praised?" etc.




What Do you think?
Do you think that women of a larger size should be represented more in the fashion industry? or do you think that it's promoting bad health?

3 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing her!
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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  2. The truth is there are people of every size on this planet. And images of both very large people and very tiny people promote bad health (although in both cases, they have exceptions, where people actually have conditions that prevent them from losing weight or even gaining weight), however, because there are people of every size, everyone needs to be represented. It's unfair to those, especially of plus size, to try and figure out if an outfit will look good on them if they only see it on a model who is half the size they are. I see size as just the same as skin color, and abilities. We need larger models just like we need ones with disabilities.

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  3. It is a shame when others can't appreciate when a person is confident in their body (regardless of their size). Chrissy Metz is the living proof that we should all fiercely go after our dreams and be completely comfortable in our bodies.

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