Redefining Fantasy: 25 Women Who Would Represent True Diversity On The Victoria’s Secret Runway

December 3, 2018  |  

Alex Larosa

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#DovePartner In our real day to day life, we would never accept a stranger coming up to us, pointing out our so called “flaws”, and attempting to correct them however they see fit. But each and every day, we are bombarded with images edited by brands who support a beauty standard that does not represent you or me! I’m so thrilled that @Dove has introduced their new No Digital Distortion Mark, so that we can look at a picture and see real bodies with all the textures, marks, and lines that make them unique! This is my #NoDigitalDistortion photo! What’s yours? #RealBeauty . . . . . #VisiblyPlusSize #PlusSizeFashion #BodyPositive #BodyLove #BodyAcceptance #truebeauty #beauty #cellulite #ulit #plussize #plusmodel #plusfashion #plusblogger #plussizemodel #plussizeswimwear #plussizeblogger #plussizefashion #plussizebeauty #whatfatgirlsactuallywear #whowhatwearing #goldenconfidence #effyourbeautystandards #celebratemysize #plussizestyle

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Everything about Alex Larosa screams confidence. There is a generation of women who hide behind eating disorders, photoshopping, enhancements and so much more just to achieve a look marketed by major brands, retailers and celebrities. It is so important for women like Alex, and the other women in this gallery, to continue to use their platform so that we spread the message of acceptance and positivity. Victoria’s Secret may not see trans, disabled or plus size women as worthy of society’s fantasy and that’s okay. We will continue to use our voice and advocate for diversity, inclusion and representation.




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