05-17-2011 02:43 PM
Watching Ocean Dream Swimsuits is irritating and insulting. Most women are not size 000 or size 2, but Ocean Dream swimsuits seems to think that putting a vendor that has to be at least a size 2 and the host no bigger than a size 6, is trying to show how sizes 8-plus size should love these suits. How the devil would they know what a plus size woman wants to wear at the beach or pool? Geesh Ocean Dreams, at least put a average sized woman on the show( btw. the average size of woman that buys, is a size 12-14) so we don't get the double standard of super skinny models and vendors that have NEVER had to worry about looking good in a bathing suit when you wear a size that ranges from a size 8-plus size. This is a joke and I am not fat by no means, as I wear a size 8, but please do not insult me by using young skinny models and vendors to sell a bathing suit that doesn't have a clue as to how a plus size woman wants to wear at the beach or pool.
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