Tess Holliday is Cosmopolitan UK's October 2018 cover star. The plus-sized model's cover caused quite a bit of praise and a massive backlash. People have accused Holliday and Cosmopolitan of promoting obesity. 

However, one blogger, Stephanie Yeboah pointed out that plus-sized men have appeared on magazine covers with little to no criticism about their bodies, and certainly with no allegations about promoting obesity. 

Tess Holliday is Cosmopolitan UK's October 2018 cover star. Look at that gem colored one-piece — she is rocking it. 

I mean, there's a reason why Holliday is a top model. She is good at what she does. A stunner!

Here's just one ridiculous comment on Instagram, "Look, I believe that women shouldn't be body-shamed for not being a size 3, but I think THIS is going too far from what the good intent was meant to go. Women of this size are called 'morbidly obese' in the medical profession because of the risks of disease and death associated with gaining this much weight. Same for the other end of the spectrum....we wouldn't stand up and applaud a morbidly thin anorexic and say, 'You go girl! Rock that bikini on your skeleton and DO NOT BE ASHAMED!!!' Or should we change the meaning of the word 'morbid' to be more PC?"

The comment goes on for centuries but most of it goes like, "blah, blah, blah, blah." But that's just me paraphrasing! 

Of course Piers Morgan was one of the trolls. 

You know what women love? A man's opinion on their bodies. *Sarcasm*

Look! Another concerned citizen worried about Holliday's health. Ugh...

One blogger, Stephanie Yeboah, noticed that when men who do not have six-pack abs or thin bodies appear on magazines no one seems to care. There's never this great big backlash or "concern" for their health or "concern" about promoting obesity. 

Yeboah wasn't the only person to notice this double standard about men and women. 

Actress and model Jameela Jamil chimed in with similar commentary. 

It's almost like what people are upset about isn't her health or promoting obesity. It's almost as though people are upset that a woman dared to love herself and her appearance. That a woman had the audacity to not conform to manufactured beauty standards.