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Swimsuit Saturday is chock full of curves for your viewing pleasure.
The sad reality is that I’ve known about the “thigh gap” since I was 12—and there is nothing about this trend that’s new to me. Watching countless fashion shows as a teenager, I was unfortunately inundated with images of women and girls who had pronounced space between their thighs. The models’ legs would never come close to touching, even as they stomped down the runway. Staring down at my own thighs, I can safely say that has never been the case for me. I’m now classified as a “plus size” model in the fashion industry.
You can image my surprise when, a year ago, I was featured on a pro “thigh gap” Facebook page. The page displayed an un-retouched photo of me in lingerie. From the photograph, there appeared to be a gap between my thighs. Degrading and humiliating comments followed. I was called too “hefty” to be featured. The word “PIG” was often used to describe my appearance and my thigh gap was said to be not big enough. In the end I couldn’t keep silent, and after 900 or so comments about my body, I decided to chime in."
Domestic Violence doesn’t only happen to adults. 40% of girl ages 14-17 report knowing someone their age who has been hit or beaten by a boyfriend, and Approximately one 1/5 female high school students reports being physically and/or sexually abused by a dating partner. If you see someone that’s in a relationship and it doesn’t look safe go talk to them about it and get help for them, so they don’t end like Rihanna….. Domestic Violence isn’t healthy, especially in a relationship…