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Women are posting their clothing sizes online for the most empowering reason.

To take a stand against women's body image issues related to the fashion industry, the UK's Women’s Equality Party has started the social media campaign #NoSizeFitsAll, asking women to share pics of their clothing size labels during London's Fashion Week. Women are taught basically from birth that we should be ashamed of our body size, and the fashion industry plays into this in many ways, like parading around anorexic models.
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