Body image is one of women's most difficult issues. We're constantly bombarded by images of impossibly skinny models in clothes that look like they were made for children. Women compete with each other to look the best they can be, but the meaning of "the best" has largely changed. While in the past, artists thought women with some heft were goddesses, today, the women with the lowest body fat are given the highest rewards. Well, here's why one woman spoke out.
Ruth Clemens posted a photo of herself on Facebook wearing a too-small tank top from H&M that she claimed was not true to its size "medium." She condemned the store for only stocking sizes as large as 16 in their supply. Ruth is tall, and finds it hard to find clothes already. Check out the whole post below.