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Plus-Size Models Still Don't Represent Every Body Type -- and This Woman Is Pissed About It

Post by Kathleen Wong. Online shopping is a tricky gamble for anyone, but for plus-size women, it's a whole other ball game. As Valerie Dillon, or @prettylittleplus on Instagram, points out, although plus-sized women are finally getting some well-deserved love, the curvy models who are often used for plus-sized clothing have yet to represent the full scale of real-life plus-sized women. 
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