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Plus Size in America

Monday, February 18, 2013

These girls are gorgeous - would love to be a 12 again!

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  • AGK3112
    I am size 12 and there is no way that I feel like them. Thanks for sharing these
    1891 days ago
    I am a size 12 and in no way do I feel like I look like a plus size. Most people usually think I'm about 15-20 pounds lighter than I am...it really should matter whether you LOOK healthy or overweight.

    I just look a little "thick". I wouldn't even label myself as chubby or fat.

    And honestly in the stores, they don't call a 12 plus size so I would just ignore what the fashion industry says.
    1891 days ago
    We need to get rid of the idea that a size 12 is plus size. It might be in the fashion industry but when I go shopping plus size is size 20 and above. I was more upset by the comments I read after the article stating that size 8 - 10 is plus size. That is a meduim thank you! This country needs to get real and get some realistic ideas of sizes. I am so happy that some countries are coming out against the rail thin models.
    1891 days ago
    i got no desire to look like twiggy no matter what america thinks
    1891 days ago
  • UNICORN212
    I am a size 12 but I am not shaped like that! Can I ask for the inches to be rearranged?
    1891 days ago
    Yeah I see those women and think how beautiful they are. But then people think girls like Mischa Barton or Nicole Richie are attractive. I don't want to see people's ribs sticking out.

    I'd kill to be size 12. I don't even ever remembering being size 12.
    1891 days ago
    Tara Lynn is my favorite model, period, of any size. She is so gorgeous!
    1891 days ago
    I still can't believe they consider a size 12 a plus! American is obsessed with being rail thin whether you are healthy or not!!!!!
    1891 days ago
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