Culture of thin puts heavy pressure on girls
By today’s standards, Cindy Crawford and Christie Brinkley would have been plus-sized models in their prime.
That’s the explosive claim made by Plus Model Magazine in a recent issue.
The magazine says that most runway models meet the body mass index for anorexia. Furthermore, 20 years ago the average fashion model weighed 8 percent less than the average woman. Today, it’s 23 percent less, the magazine claims.
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