Sports Illustrated Has A New Plus-Sized Model – When Will The Madness End?

David Hookstead | Reporter

Sports Illustrated revealed another plus-sized model for their upcoming 2018 issue, and her name is Hunter McGrady.

As always, I’d like to start by saying that this has nothing to do with fat people. I’m chubby in a lovable way thanks to my nonstop diet of Mountain Dew, Culver’s, Chipotle and beer. Fat people are awesome, skinny people are awesome and we love both groups. (SLIDESHOW: These Women On Instagram Hate Wearing Clothes)

However, I also have eyes and I know a little bit about how a male-driven business works. Hunter McGrady goes against all logic. (SLIDESHOW: 142 Times Josephine Skriver Barely Wore Anything)

Why in the world are we promoting this nonsense? Does anybody honestly think being overweight is actually healthy or smart? Of course not! It’s pure insanity to prop up plus-sized models as a great idea. (SLIDESHOW: 60 Times Abigail Ratchford Wore Almost Nothing)

Now, don’t get confused with what I’m saying. My comments are now against all fat people. I’m against an entire industry trying to push the narrative that being overweight is sexy and okay. It is neither. (SLIDESHOW: All The Times Lindsey Pelas Stripped Down On Instagram)

Plus, the majority of men who spend their money on this kind of content want to see smoking hot women who are in shape. Allow me to present you with a few examples. (This Blonde Bombshell Might Be The Hottest Model On The Internet)

It’s one thing to have overweight people. That’s part of society and life. It’s an entirely different beast when a major publication like SI starts promoting them as a good thing. Obesity can kill you, and yet, we’re apparently now pretending it’s sexy. (SLIDESHOW: 62 Times Emily Sears Stripped Down On Instagram)

This insanity must end, and it needs to end right now.

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