House of Curves Promotes Positive Body Image

Plus Size Designer, Kenyatta Jones’ new reality TV show, House of Curves on We Tv has been criticized for promoting obesity on her new reality show.

That is the most absurd thing I have ever heard?  Jones has admittedly struggled with her weight even at her highest weight of 350 pounds, still wanted to wear stylish clothing.  The series follows Jones as she tries to make her way into the industry and tries to eliminate the stereotype  that fat people are lazy and don’t care about their appearance.

 

She says, ”I am not promoting obesity.  I  just wish that someone would have given me something nice to wear.”  What is wrong with that?

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