Unlike most swimsuit brands, the supermodel offers sexy options for bodies of all shapes and sizes (and naturally, the collection makes basically everyone want to run across the beach in slow motion, Baywatch-style.)
To celebrate the success of her collection, Graham shared a photo collage of her fierce followers wearing her designs.
But instead of applauding Graham for her inclusive line, one troll accused her of "celebrating obesity."
"Why are we celebrating obesity?" the ignorant commenter asked.
Graham, however, didn't want to hear it. She expertly schooled the troll on his hateful statement.
"We're not celebrating obesity," Graham wrote, jumping into her own comments. "We're celebrating womanhood! Womanhood and all shapes, sizes, ages, and races!"
"I'm proud of all these women," she continued. "And I'm proud to make a swimwear line [that] dresses all sizes."
Get 'em, Graham.
Graham isn't "celebrating" or "glorifying" obesity by empowering curvy women.
She's reminding plus-size people that they're allowed to love their bodies at any and every stage, and she refuses to let a troll shame women for simply existing.