This Model Is Clinically Underweight And Is 'Too Big' For The Industry

Agnes Hedengård is a 19-year-old Swedish model who has worked in the industry for over 5 years. The beautiful blonde was curious as to why she hasn't been getting work recently, until she was told that she was 'too big'. Agnes Hedengård Agnes posted a video to Youtube explaining the situation. She was told that she needed to get into shape before she could be booked for any jobs. "They think my butt is too big, and they think my hips are too wide." Agnes explains. "I have been in contact with big agencies and clients that really want to work with me, but as soon as they get hold of my measurements, it's a whole other story." underweight body shaming The model has a BMI (Body Mass Index) of 17.5. This means she is considered medically underweight. Agnes now must become more severely underweight in order to continue her career. "It's absurd and I hate it and I just want other people to see this." Agnes comments. She is outraged and does not know where to go from this point on. She does not wish to endanger her health by shedding more pounds. At only 19, she may be facing an early retirement. What are your thoughts? Is it outrageous for the industry to call Agnes too big? Have you ever experienced a situation like this? Source: Cosmopolitan Do you follow us on Instagram? [caption id="attachment_106444" align="alignnone" width="100"]snapchat code @BodyRockTV[/caption]

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