Thursday, May 19, 2022

You can't use the word 'obese' anymore. It's racist...

 If you're a 'chubby-chaser', you're gonna 
have to call it something else from now on... 

An 'esteemed' magazine editor who attended Australian Fashion Week has heaped praise on the Curve Edit show that featured 'size inclusive' models, claiming that "sizeism" is one of the 'last bastions of discrimination'
Harper's Bazaar (One of the most worthless piece-of-shit rags out there) Features and Fashion News Director Patty Huntington spoke to Josh Szeps on ABC Radio on Friday to debrief about the week of runway fashion which saw wheelchair-bound, amputee and 'curve' (the new word for chubby) models take the catwalk in numbers never seen before.  

In April Bella Model Management founder Chelsea Bonner announced she would be spending $100,000 of her own money to host the curve show after growing frustrated that none of her plus-sized models were ever booked for Fashion Week. 'This was the first size inclusive runway show we've had, so it's catering beyond the smaller sizes. Let's face it the average Australian woman is a size 14 to 16,' Ms Huntington said on Friday.
 
 'Sizeism is one of the last bastions of discrimination... the majority of the population is not under a size eight but you never see anyone on the runway over a size eight.' Holy fuck. Juss' sayin'...
 










2 comments:

  1. Lotta fellas out there dig on Bigunz, but most of us prefer to look at the Ladies made of unobtanium. Don't have to look in a magazine to see a Full Figured Gal (I miss those bra commercials with Jane Russell!) we can just look in our neighborhood to see the obtainable bigger ladies.

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  2. Well........, California has decided that PIGS need to be treated better, so..........

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