One of the participants of the new special issue Sports Illustrated buxom model hunter McGrady, called the prefix plus-size form of discrimination.
23-year-old model hunter McGrady (McGrady Hunter) has become the most fat woman in the special issue of Sports Illustrated in the history of the publication. The model is not shy about its forms and boldly posing in tight swimsuit, with deep neckline on the background of a tropical landscape.
McGrady recently spoke out against the traditional standard models of the consoles plus size. In an interview with People , the girl said that he considers this attachment a form of discrimination.
“I prefer the title “model forms.” Plus size turned into what it is a shameful stigma. I am against labels. First and foremost I’m a model and I don’t see the point to clarify the classification by size. It’s a form of discrimination, says McGrady. — I do the same work, I get the same money, the attitude to us is the same, so why should I think differently?”.
Hunter believes that fat girls should appear on the pages of glossy magazines along with slender models.
“I wish the company got rid of segregation on weight, says McGrady. I never dreamed that Sports Illustrated will appear full-figured girls. We have for too long been dominated by stereotypes, and I’m glad to be able to affect their destruction.”
Hunter McGrady was not the only girl with an unusual figure in the new special issue of Sports Illustrated. It was accompanied by another well-known model, plus-size — 29-year-old Ashley Graham (Ashley Graham).
Earlier, Australian model Stefania Ferrario also spoke out against the term plus size and even launched their own project flash mob Drop The Plus.