For Immediate Release
Latest Poll Show 80% of Men Want Curvy Voluptuous Women, NOT Rail Thin Stick Models Like We Have Been Told
In the wake of Madrid’s banning of models with a BMI of 18 or lower, the question has been raised again of whether fashion models are too thin. The fashion industry’s continued move towards thinner and thinner models has come under fire from several sources, mainly because of the influence it has had over young women and the rise of anorexia and bulimia.
In the last 20 years, fashion models have gone from a size 8 to a size 0 for runway models. Within the same time period, the average American woman has gone from a size 10 to a size 14. Yet, American women, according to an online poll, see the super thin stick models and feel they are unattractive and unhappy in their average or curvy bodies.
As governments are now getting involved in trying to reverse the skinny ideal, other agencies and spokespeople, like Nancy Hayssen, a former plus size model, are speaking out to women everywhere to recognize beauty in women no matter what their size.
Nancy’s website became the number one site on the internet for the term “sexy plus size model”. She has been inundated with responses from men and women all over the world praising her beauty as a plus size woman. With the constant message in the media that you can only be beautiful if you are skinny to the bone she became determined to prove otherwise. As Nancy puts it, “I’ve always been happy and proud of my voluptuous body. I wouldn’t choose to be rail thin if my life depended on it.”
There are over 8 million people in this country who are anorexic, bulimic or have eating disorders. Most of them are young women. “Young women look at these magazines showing super thin models and think they should be like them in order to be attractive. Yet contrary to popular belief that skinny is desirable, the recent poll ran show the truth that men like some meat on a woman!” says Nancy Hayssen author of “You Can Be Sexy at ANY Size!”.
According to this same recent online poll of men ages 18-51 and older, 80% of men are attracted to women that are curvy and voluptuous such as Jennifer Lopez, and an additional 15% are attracted to average bodies.
It didn’t shock her at all to learn the results from the poll that most men prefer average to curvy, large women. “Men love women that have some meat on their bones. I’ve always known this.”
Surprisingly, this leaves only 5% of men that actually find rail thin anorexic looking women like Nicole Ritchie and models we see on the runways as truly beautiful.
Even more shocking when asked the question: “Who is the sexiest woman ever?” the winning response was “my wife” beating out historic beauty Marilyn Monroe who made second place.
The average American woman is 5’4” and wears a size 14. This also happens to be roughly the size Marilyn Monroe, considered one of the most beautiful women celebrities of our time would have been today. Size 14 is considered plus size, therefore, the average American woman is plus size. This is good news for women everywhere since men are really attracted to average curvy women.
“We’re being lied to everyday. The fashion industry and Hollywood have spread the MYTH that men want skinny anorexic looking women. The truth is—it’s plus size or curvy women that are considered beautiful,” says Nancy. She now speaks out about the reality of what men really want through the internet and the radio letting the public know what the “real skinny” is.
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