New Delhi :
No size is bad and no body type is flawed. Elle magazine in its latest photo shoot chose plus-size models posing fearlessly breaking all stereotypes.
Twenty-first century has witnessed drastic changes in terms of women’s rights, choices, redefining beauty and human rights.
These fearless plus-sized women showing their curves and celebrating their bodies in all its ways:
â€œI recently posted a picture of a pizza and a girl commented, â€˜You should go to the gymâ€™. Now Iâ€™m immune to such comments. It doesnâ€™t make me feel ugly, in fact itâ€™s pushed me to a stage where I appreciate myself more,â€ she says.
â€œWhen I started acting, my vanity blossomed and I understood my body better. I am what I am and Iâ€™m fine with it,â€ says the theatre and film actor, who youâ€™ll soon see in the film Kaash.
She says, â€œI donâ€™t dress for shock value, but I enjoy dressing in clothes that arenâ€™t conventionally meant for my body type. I love my body and I wonâ€™t change it to fit whatâ€™s available in stores.â€
â€œI donâ€™t restrict myself to trends either. I love wearing short stuff because I like how my legs look or a low-neck to highlight my dÃ©colletage,â€ she says.
â€œWhy arenâ€™t we defined by what we do? You wonâ€™t define a business magnate like Mukesh Ambani as short and fat. I donâ€™t see curvy men having a movement,â€ she says.