Nobody should have to worry about finding cute clothes in their size. Way to go, LC!
"I can be fat and still be out of your league."
"My flaws are my power."
I am pretty fat. I would also like to work out. Why is finding clothing so hard?
*Googles "how to get a six-pack in a week"*
It's about time.
(Even if you're your own valentine.)
Strength comes in all different packages.
Zippers and panels and cacti, oh my.
"I want other plus-size women to have that same experience."
For years, ANTM fostered the kind of complex conversations about race, gender, and sexuality that are finally happening more widely in mainstream American TV and culture — even as the newest version of the show might leave them behind.
Don't. You. Dare.
Warning: Curves ahead.
Eloquii's Viola Fit collection is for women who wear different size tops and bottoms.
One size pretty much fits no one.
Sierra Santana shows us what a real week looks like in the life of a professional plus-size model.
Black is ~always~ in.
"Oh joy. My options are hideous flower print or...stripes."
Lookin' at you, American Apparel, Kate Spade, and Torrid!
Now let's get in formation.
Kill 'em with cuteness.
Think you know what it's like to be a Big Dude. Think again!
From the strapless struggle to the pros and cons of belts, fashionistas give their best big boob advice.
Ashley Graham keeps on killing it.
"I don’t want a ‘signature.' I like to be Kim Kardashian one day, J.Lo the next, Beyoncé after that, and then Janis Joplin."
"People come in all shapes, sizes, and colours, but only a very small cross section of people are used to sell clothes," Christina Ashman told BuzzFeed News.
The MBLM by Tess Holliday collection is tough and sexy, just like its namesake.
This month's issue delves into black women's relationships with their bodies.
SI cover girl vs. SI cover girl.
Ashley Graham for President.
Beth Ditto wants you to wear something fuckin' incredible.
Ashley Graham calls working with the magazine "a dream come true."
Happy Valentine's Lay! Er... Day.
Lane Bryant's latest is refreshingly simple.
Men in skirts FTW!
The retailer's new video features "curve" model Barbie Ferriera.
Because they matter more than you think.
Be just as spunky in the gym.
The model is the same size as David's Bridal's average customer.
Why yes, I do love my body.
Go big or go home.
“This industry puts a bad view on plus-size women and the way we dress, and it’s because we don’t have options,” designer Ashley Nell Tipton tells BuzzFeed News.
The tag challenges retailers to walk the inclusive talk.
It's time for the magazine to catch up with reality.
With strangely adorable drawings, Rachele Cateyes reclaims words intended to hurt.
This is what happens when you ask a bunch of people to define a good body.
And more importantly, do I have a good body?
A few small strides for some badass ladies, one significant step for womankind.
Because eight ain't the only size.