"I started when I was 7, and I was pretty much straight-sized until I was 13 or 14. Then, I started to get hips and boobs. And, I got nitpicked at: 'She has to be these certain measurements, and she has to look a certain way.' And, that was just way too much. So, I gave it up until I was 18 or 19. Then, a plus agent reached out. I was like, 'What is this plus size you speak of?' It’s really progressed in the past couple of years — so much heat on women with fuller bodies. It’s nice that a girl who cannot be represented by a straight-size agency is still represented. In a straight-size world, she would not be represented because she’s too big, but then according to the world of plus-size or full-figured, she’s not big enough"