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Plus size women can be portrayed beautifully.I WILL say that there IS a difference between curvy and fat… but I HATE that beauty is so often portrayed as a skeleton with skin and lipstick. I do admit that is some of the work I want to do with models, I seek out the thinner model, mostly because when I look to develop my portfolio, its so that I can get jobs as a photographer and many of the critics out there look down on this type of model (some of the comments on this photo state that its a disgusting photo and fat, unhealthy women should not do this type of work… WHAT?!)
Quite honestly, women are supposed to have curves, they are not supposed to be unhealthy, but that can describe both fat and ultra skinny. There is nothing healthy about skin and bones. Take Marilyn Monroe, she was a size 14 (which today is more like a size 10 or 12) and full of curves and drove men crazy. 
Yay for CURVES!

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Plus size women can be portrayed beautifully.I WILL say that there IS a difference between curvy and fat… but I HATE that beauty is so often portrayed as a skeleton with skin and lipstick. I do admit that is some of the work I want to do with models, I seek out the thinner model, mostly because when I look to develop my portfolio, its so that I can get jobs as a photographer and many of the critics out there look down on this type of model (some of the comments on this photo state that its a disgusting photo and fat, unhealthy women should not do this type of work… WHAT?!)

Quite honestly, women are supposed to have curves, they are not supposed to be unhealthy, but that can describe both fat and ultra skinny. There is nothing healthy about skin and bones. Take Marilyn Monroe, she was a size 14 (which today is more like a size 10 or 12) and full of curves and drove men crazy. 

Yay for CURVES!