Echo Lawrence - June 2, 2020
Ashley Graham is here posing while breast feeding her baby that I forgot she had because I tend to ignore Ashley Graham and her whole body positivity movement and now the free the nipple movement.
The Plus Sized brand that she had a pretty big deal, or her own line of plus sized clothing with, Aditionelle, has just filed for bankruptcy and is closing all their stores, but Ashley Graham is already a big enough deal to not be overly affected by the loss.
My whole approach to life is that everyone can be hot, sensual, interesting people. We don't need activism on social media screaming "body positivity".
If plus sized isn't my thing, it will remain not being my thing, no matter how many plus sized women protest outside a store for not selling products in their size.
As much as it is a plus sized girl's right to be treated fairly, it is a brand's right to say "we don't make plus sized products" or "we don't hire plus sized models, that's not our brand image".
If plus sized is my thing, then this would probably be the cream of the plus sized crop as she's positioned herself as the single most famous plus sized women in the body shaming movement.