Glamour Magazine continues to dispel beauty myths

I’ve blogged about this concept of “real beauty” ad campaigns using plus-sized models before. It’s starting to become a reoccurring theme. Shortly after blogging about Self Magazine’s admission that they more or less completely reshaped the woman on the cover of their magazine with Photoshop, I had blogged last month about Glamour Magazine’s choice to display an un-airbrushed image of plus-sized model Lizzie Miller in their pages.

Now because of the overwhelmingly positive response the Lizzie Miller photo got, Glamour Magazine has brought Miller back for a group photo with numerous other plus-sized models to prove that beauty doesn’t require being a size zero.


2 Responses to Glamour Magazine continues to dispel beauty myths

  1. Lois says:

    I’ve always been a fan of plus-size models! There’s a great site with many images of plus-size models here:

    They’re all gorgeous.

    The site’s forum also has thought-provoking discussions about body image and the media.

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