Comment on Do larger mannequins make you feel better about your figure? by Katja.
I think it is a great initiative. I know people usually argue that no two bodies are the same, and that is true – but the skinny mannequins represent only a small margin of the European population whereas I think a UK size 16 is much more representative of the whole population. In an ideal world the mannequins would be all different sizes, shapes and heights, but until that day I’m happy that young girls get at lest one more impression of female bodies than the size 0 (which in itself is not unattractive but a rather dangerous goal for most people).
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