Meghan Trainor wants to get rid of the term ‘plus-size’

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Meghan Trainor wants to get rid of the term 'plus-size'

Meghan Trainor gave an interview to “Elle” magazine where she talked about being a confidence idol, sizing labels and the criticism she receives on the internet.

On the topic of being a “confidence idol”, Trainor said, “That was never a decision. It kind of just happened. I hate seeing when people blow up about a model because she has a little extra skin. I hate that it’s like I have to be a big diva, but I like that we’re talking about it, and those people are speaking up.”

When speaking about sizing labels and the terminology that encompasses, she said, “I’ve always hated the word ‘plus-size.’ It bugs me. When I first signed up with FullBeauty, and I talked to them. I was like, ‘I don’t want to be labeled as this plus-sized girl coming in.’ and they said, ‘Absolutely not, we don’t like that term either.’ Which is why we say ‘full beauty’ [and] why I was immediately excited to work with them. Everything Melissa said is completely accurate. [They’re] a big part of our society, women who are size 14, and how are you going to criticize us? The word ‘plus-sized’ should be gone.”

With regard to the criticism stemming from the internet, she said, “I’ll try not to read the comments, especially on YouTube – YouTube has the worst comments. On Instagram, I’ll scroll down and see what’s going on, and I have little warriors now: These little fans that are yelling at anyone who criticizes me. It’s cool because it’s not all hate, you know? But there are those comments that are like, ‘Fat whale, go away,’ pretty brutal stuff. I just try to not read [it] … and my family really helps me out whenever I’m feeling down about comments. My mom talks me out of being sad.”

Do you agree with what she has to say?

Source, Photo Credit: Fame/Flynet


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