Plus-Size Model Proves Victoria's Secret Actually NEEDS Curvy Models With Sexy Side-by-Side Photos

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It's no secret that Victoria's Secret is lacking when it comes to representing plus-size people -- and cellulite and body rolls, if we're keeping track -- despite the average American woman being somewhere between a size 16 and 18. One curvy model decided to prove that, yes, plus-size people (and pretty much anyone, TBH) can most definitely be sexy while donning some Victoria's Secret lingerie.

  • Tabria Majors posted several side-by-side images of her mimicking Victoria's Secret ads, and looked just as fierce as the thin model used in the ads.

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    "Maybe I'll be a Victoria's Secret Angel this year for Halloween, since it ain't happening in real life lol," Majors wrote in the Instagram caption. "Just paying homage to a few of my favorite pics/outfits from VS here and showing that curvy girls can rock (and sell) lingerie just as well as straight-size models."

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    Just log onto the Victoria's Secret website, and you'll see that sizes only range from XS to XL -- and there's not much diversity in the models' body types. 

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  • People absolutely loved Majors's photo shoot, calling it all kinds of "empowering."

    "Yaaaasss @victoriasecret take notice!" someone else commented. "We would like to see all sizes represented."

  • It wasn't until this kind of representation that some people were convinced to actually buy some Victoria's Secret items.

    "I'm buying all of these 'cause of you," another person commented. "Thank you."

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    To many, it can be hard to feel like you'll also look and feel sexy when there's only one type of person modeling the lingerie. 

  • Does Victoria's Secret need any more evidence that it needs to hire Majors and other curvy models, stat?

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