Have women really stopped wanting to be thin?
The naive assumption culture makes
The truth is, I don’t know when it happened. Maybe somewhere between Lindy West’s book Shrill hitting book stores and a size 24 Tess Holiday landing on the cover of Cosmopolitan magazine. All I know is that over the course of a few short years, big became beautiful, diet was a dirty word and I was left feeling like the most old fashioned woman on earth.