Corissa Enneking, who runs a body-positive blog called Fat missy Flow, complained that mainstream media doesn't case a wide adequate piece of land of bodies - straight once it's focus on the plus-size community. So in a bid to encourage more diversity, the self-proclaimed 'happy fat girl' launched a body-positive campaign that aims to in truth public eye the diverse shapes and sizes that women come in by calling on them to show off their two-piece bodies. Corissa far-famed that even though more and more brands are creating plus-size options, the models who wear them are typically all 'white, low 30, on the smaller side of fat, capable bodies, and equally proportioned'.
Vietnam 'bikini airline’ VietJet soars ahead of its main rival after introducing scantily-clad flight attendants
LOW-cost airline Viet Jet has soared ahead of its competition — after using bikini-clad flight attendants to seizure the world’s attention six years ago. The budget asian carrier’s market estimation took over its main rival, warfare Airlines, for the basic case on Monday, retributive a week afterward the company was listed. The unbendable caused disputation in 2011 when it released a group of images of women habilimented single in bikinis as relation of an advertising campaign.
Accused cocaine babes posted insane photos of alleged drug run
Two bikini-clad women charged with smuggling all over $18 million (£17 million) worth of hard drug into commonwealth of australia on a indulgence journey embark registered their rich globe-trotting alleged “drug run” on social media. Canadians Melina Roberge, 22, and Isabelle Lagacé, 28, traveled approximately the human beings on the MS Sea Princess, operated by California-based Princess Cruises, while allegedly carrying “commercial quantities” of the Class A drug in front existence detained in Sydney. The glamorous pair accompanied athletic field on Monday, along with their supposed co-conspirator and fellow Canadian Andre Tamine, 63, charged with trying to smuggle 200 pounds clothes designer of cocaine into the country.