This Stunning Supermodel Has Been Repeatedly Told "You're Fat"

It seems that no one is safe from body shamers. It doesn't matter what size, shape, age or gender you are - and it certainly doesn't matter if you're a famous supermodel. Victoria's Secret catwalker Blanca Padilla has heard the worst of it during her career. blanca padilla model "Sometimes people don't understand that it's as offensive to criticize someone for being underweight as it is for being overweight, especially when your job revolves around your image." she explains in a recent interview. "I always think that one of the most important things you have to learn in this society is to accept yourself, and that's very hard ... it's the same for models because we actually work with our body and physical appearance." "I agree with what [Gigi] said. I don't have a problem with the fact that you're a curvy girl on the runway, I support that. But if it was me with your same measurements going to a casting they would send me home to lose weight."body shaming fashion industry Blanca has blatantly been called "fat" in auditions and by casting directors, despite being very slender. The fashion industry can be a dangerous place for body shaming and can negatively affect models no matter their measurements. "Most of us have to conform to extreme measurements." Blanca says. "This job isn't about liking yourself, is about being like what your clients want." victoria secret angels The beautiful Blanca has a jaw-dropping figure that she trains every day for, and she eats a strict high-protein diet to stay in shape. The model is perfect the way she is, and as a society we shouldn't feel the need to be victimized over our bodies. Blanca speaking out will hopefully start a dialogue about the dangers of body shaming and how the world needs to embrace a more body positive viewpoint. The show-stopping model will continue to walk the VS fashion runway with pride (a show she says is the highlight of her experience in the industry) and we will continue to support her! body shaming self esteem What are your thoughts? Do you agree with Blanca's statements? Should body shaming end once and for all? Source: Cosmopolitan Do you follow us on Instagram? [caption id="attachment_115065" align="alignnone" width="100"]snapchat code @BodyRockTV[/caption]

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