It’s not everyday you see a bunch of topless women at Union Station. Yesterday was an exception.
Plus size model, Tess Holliday, led a group of nine other woman to take a stand for body diversity yesterday at Toronto’s Union Station. Stripped down to their bras and jeans, the group of body positive warriors held signs encouraging people to share their message about body acceptance on social media.
The movement was organized by Penningtons, who carries Tess Holliday’s clothing line mblm, and was live-streamed on Facebook Wednesday night. The group of women proudly marched through Union Station with signs that read, “Snap this to break the stigma. #IWontCompromise”, “Post this if you think we’re beautiful. #IWontCompromise”, and “Share this if you’re unapologetic #IWontCompromise”.
Take a look at some more photos from Tess Holliday’s march through Union Station below.
Do you think the march was the right step towards body diversity?
Featured Image: Instagram/@analfistinglucifer
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