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Old 08-07-2017, 10:54 AM   #27
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Originally Posted by agouderia View Post
In the real media world, Ashley Graham by now actually has minimum 15 times the coverage and exposure than Tess Holiday does.
Apart from app. 8 general media campaigns, Tess was mainly a fetish model (also for tatoos by the way) - and not so much a mainstream model.
And her behavior killed the little regular work there was for her.

Ashley Graham belongs in a different box. She one of the faces of the body positivity movement, promoting a broader size range and less body shaming for and from women.
That is actually what has replaced fat acceptance in public awareness.
I fully agree with that. I actually didn't know Tess was a fetish model. I thought I read at one point, and could be wrong, that right after Tess was signed to an actual agency she was kicked out due to some sort of controversy almost instantly.

With Graham it seems odd to refer to her as plus size. when she seems more like the average woman size.
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