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Ashley Graham is The Woman who owns her body, “The PERFECTIONIST”

Ashley Graham is one famous model. She has been on the cover of most popular fashion magazines ever such as Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Glamour and Elle. She is one path breakers in the world of models.

She broke the stereotypical concept of skinny model and became a prominent figure as a plus-size model. She was featured in the October issue of Glamour in 2009, “These Bodies are Beautiful at Every Size”. She was seen among the established plus-size models Kate Dillon Levin, Amy Lemons, Crystal Renn and others.

 

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Recently she made everyone shut who commented on her body and body shamed her. She made it pretty clear that she is the owner of her body, and she has embraced it gracefully. She hardly pays attention to those trollers.

What She Said

In her upcoming July issue of Allure, she mentioned the photographers not to photoshop her stretch marks. She said, “It was always what others thought about my body until I gained a voice. Now I get to tell people what I think of my body.”

Raising a Voice

The model industry is all about perfection. Ashley certainly negates the idea with her powerful comment on her body. Her voice is surely going to make a change in people’s opinion and perception. The model industry needs to have more diversity in terms of body shapes, colours, sexuality.

She Inspires

With her bold comment, she has truly inspired many of her fellow models as well as the aspiring ones. She took advantage of her popularity to spread awareness among everybody that body shaming is an awful thing to do. Ashley’s comment will inevitably change the game in the future.

 

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The Girl Boss

Her entire team is made up of girls, and she believes that what makes her so powerful. She said, “We’re here to own this”. This curvy model raised a very relevant issue. The model industry should be more diverse and inclusive.

Hopefully, all girls will take a cue from her and start embracing their God gifted body. Way to go girls.

About the author

Ahiri Chakraborty

A bibliophile and also a movie buff. A true scoprion who is just too passionate and extremely ambitious. Shooting for the moon always with a hope to land up in between stars. And for me, actions speak way more than words. Writing my thoughts down is my favorite hobby and I can do that for others as well.