Tiffany: For me, it's the lack of visibility and consideration in branding and advertising and having very little options to choose from.
Have you ever experienced instances of people accusing you of appropriation? For example, Miley Cyrus or Taylor Swift are appropriators but Har Mar Superstar is the real deal. But, people have access and they have their opinions and they have this vacuous screen that they can type anything into that they want and they can be as mad as they want without actually giving a fuck, y’know?
Is that simply because of your respective statuses in pop culture? I guess if something is more widely spread and a lot more people see it then there’s gonna be a lot more people who are gonna be mad at it. I think there’s a lot of that going on, and then two days later they forgot that they were even mad about it. People just want to have their opinion heard, which I get.
It's a trickle-down effect that works in our favor. If they start to see diversity in age, shape, size and background, then they will feel less and less neglected by the mainstream and have someone to relate to.
Make fashionable clothing in ALL sizes, demand using models of different shapes, sizes, backgrounds and ages and make the fashions available to everyone in stores. Audrey: The biggest challenge of being a plus-size woman in the fashion industry is having the thinner people judge us and believe that just because they fit the stereotype of being a size two or four, they are better than us.
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