Comparing her time being bullied in school to the trolling she experiences now online, the model said that "thousands of people" don’t support what she’s doing, and the bullying is just as harsh now as in school.
"Messages like that meant a lot to me." As she now prepares to take her story to television with an as-yet-untitled reality show set to debut later this year, Holliday hopes that she can continue to make an impact. I'm quite excited, just because I want to take a picture of all the Newson's and their children. First, women need to continue to take back the way our bodies are represented by the media industry despite the backlash we still face when we do so.
The fact is, these critics do not understand that plus-size models are not promoting the notion that people should be any particular size, but rather attempt to promote positive body image at any size. Storr’s point about the modelling industry’s historic lack of representation of larger bodies is based in fact.
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