In addition to the trolls who like to hate on people sharing body positivity and plus-size fashion on social media, there's also a fair amount of controversy within the movement.
The biggest debate: the actual plus-size label itself. Does it create separation? Is it keeping the curvy fashion industry from growing and becoming a part of the mainstream?
Size 16 model Ashley Graham has been vocal about not wanting to be called a plus-size model. Comedian Amy Schumer caused an uproar when she denounced Glamour magazine for putting her in its plus-size-only issue. But size 22 model Tess Holliday is definitely pro-plus. Says Holliday: "There are plenty of things to get offended about, but taking a term that's never been used in hate and is merely a descriptor and trying to take [it] away [from] OUR community is not cool."
Recently, Plus Model Magazine wrote an article on the 30 reasons why we should #KeepThePlus, and women on Twitter chimed in with their personal reasons as well.