We’ll use your views, alongside other research and evidence, to agree a joint plan to tackle obesity across the county.With Big Fat Chat stories, news, features, and even competitions and fun quizzes.
It’s about hearing your opinions on how we should tackle obesity in Staffordshire.He seems to think it’s harmless fluff and that the pictures are funny.How big a deal is his habit and am I right to object to it? You’re right that the site is repugnant, and the behavior of the people who frequent it is horrifying.This has reflected a recent push to have a smaller selection of clothing sizes that are more expensive and are far more inaccessible to their customer base.”Lane Bryant clearly wants to be seen as more than just a store where curvy, plus size and fat women can shop. It all starts with you (and your #Im No Angel pics).” By seeming to remove their status as a store from the equation and putting forth the notion that by basically advertising Lane Bryant’s wares these women are part of a “movement,” the shop veers into dangerous territory.Their Facebook page (as well as a Twitter post) currently hosts 25 photos of women wearing t-shirts bearing another of their hashtags: #I’m No Angel along with the caption, “A snap. There’s nothing wrong with selling clothes to plus size women, or to do so with a body positive spin, but Lane Bryant should not confuse itself with a grassroots movement.