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10 Photos Represent The 67% Of Women We Don’t See Enough

A new campaign is reminding everyone how important body diversity truly is. On Sept. 26, Refinery29 launched The 67% Project, a multi-media initiative promoting body positivity and plus-size visibility, both across R29 and the general media and fashion landscape. The campaign’s name refers to the 67 percent of American women ? or the “invisible majority” ? who are plus size but are so rarely seen in ads, on billboards, in stock photos, in magazines and on runways.
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