This is a part of my series Plus-size Fashion, Privilege and The Scene With Alt Bloggers. For
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Okay guys I suck. I have not be putting up as many of the Plus-sized Goth interviews as I have wanted to. It seems to just slip my mind with my ever growing pile of work. But no accuses I just suck and will not let it happen again (then again I don’t want to make promises I might brake. So, take that statement with a grain of subjective salt).
And so, without any further delay is that passionate and forever lovable: Dani DeathBiscuit from Confessions of an Australian Goth!
|Photo by Dani DeathBiscuit|
plused-sized and/or alternative?
yourself or improving your mentality in general?
to be a subculture/s that idolise models such as Razor Candy/etc that hold unreal expectations?
don’t know if I can explain this very well but the way I see it is… models aren’t realistic. Things are Photoshopped/edited, waists are sucked in with corsets. There is no way they look like that everyday, all day. It’s makeup. It’s fantasy. People look at models the way they want to. I may look at them very differently to the way others do. Most people tend to look at skinny models and become appalled (because of their ‘un-natural appearance/weight’). I
don’t thinking it’s intimidating but I AM getting sorta sick of the
skinny or fat Goth stereotype (you’re either really skinny or really
fat… apparently). There are so many jokes about this… it shits me.
body-positivity, plus sized fashion/modeling, inspiration etc.
confidence and acceptance, what would you say?