I don’t think the post is being clear with their point here. These ladies are considered plus in the industry, but that’s a problem for consumers. They tend to work for plus sized companies-where the target audience is not 8/10, 12, 14 or even sometimes 16. Their target audience are the 18s, 20s-30s. What sucks for these consumers is that they can’t see how the clothes are going to look on average plus sized women. They’re not going to sit and lay the same way on Denise Bidot’s body and on a size 28 lady. So I’m thinking the point, and I can be totally wrong, is that what the industry is labeling plus sized does not represent plus sized women.