This Woman Has Completely Destroyed Stereotypes About the Modeling Business! Just Look at Her Beautiful Figure…

Plus-sized models are gaining more and more popularity, thanks to both their charm and fearless striving for self-expression, and the fact that people are realizing how unhealthy it is to be so thin.

Perhaps the modeling business will soon reach a tipping point and will stop discriminating against girls who are slightly larger. But while this hasn’t yet been achieved, let’s take a look at what we mean when we say “plus-sized model.” For many of those models who have different proportions, it can be frustrating to have this kind of label foisted on you. Indeed, who could possibly like it and what it implies?

Stefania Ferrario is one of those women.

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This 23-year-old Australian girl works as a model and actively resists the practice of people like her being labeled “plus-sized.”

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For the most part, Stefania models underwear, which does much to underline the beauty of her body shape. She has published many candid pictures on Instagram, tagging them with #DropThePlus. This refers to a group of activists who call upon people to be more accepting of different body shapes and sizes and to stop calling anyone who is larger than a mannequin “plus-sized.”

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“I am a model. Unfortunately, in the modeling business you get called “plus-sized” if you’re a little larger than average. I think this can have a negative effect on a model’s chances of success.”

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We cannot help but agree with her. In a word, Stefania looks simply incredible!

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We at Bright Side hope that thanks to girls like Stefania, the unhealthy obsession with being as thin as possible will soon go out of fashion, and more and more beautiful women will be able to achieve the success they deserve.

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Everyone’s entitled to their own opinion on this issue, of course, and there are many people who take a different view about the concept of “plus-sized” models. So which side of the argument do you take?

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