Wednesday, July 31, 2013
I read an article about how some shops (lululemon anyone)? are thinking about not carrying "larger/plus sizes" (anything above a ten) because they don't fit their "target demographic". It made me feel some kind of way...
I'm 6 feet tall. I wear a size 12 (on a very very very good day). I've never been below a size 10 since I was ten years old (the irony, LOL). People tell me all the time that I would look emaciated if I wore a size 6.
Since when is anything above a size ten considered PLUS SIZE?
Reports state that the average size in America is now a 14. But the "fat shaming" movement seems to get worse and worse as time progresses.
I'm not saying that it's ok to be complacent about weight and bad eating habits. But not everyone under the sun was meant to be a size two. And just because someone wears a size that has double digits does not automatically make them unhealthy.
So on that note, here's my thought for the day: