Body positivity influencer calls for Playboy to feature plus size model on cover

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A stunning model and Instagram influencer posted a sexy snap and called for Playboy to feature a plus sized model on the front cover.

Emily Jones, 31, campaigns for body positivity and invisible disability awareness online – and she does so with sizzling bikini photos.

The young woman recently shared a snap on her social media page, @miss___Jones, where she has more than 200,000 followers.

Emily wore her hair in loose waves tumbling over her shoulder alongside natural makeup and a pair of gold hoops.

She donned a skimpy white bikini with woven straps and held the swimwear loose on her chest in a pulse-racing snap.

In the caption, Emily called for greater representation of plus sized women in the glamour modelling business.

Posting, the model said: “Growing up, I never really saw bodies like mine in magazines, on tv, or in films – especially not represented in any serious, attractive, or desirable way.

“Fat characters were always just the sidekick, the comedy act, but certainly never the main character.

“So it’s amazing to be able to do your own thing on social media, to challenge the status quo and show that actually, there is beauty in diversity.

“So yes, here’s my wannabe Playboy cover (Playboy hit me up?)… and you can find MY centrefold at the link in my bio..”

Emily’s fans went wild for the photo and praised the model’s look.

One follower said: “You’re perfection.”

“So gorgeous – Brava, represent,” added another. “Your body is beautiful and deserves to be shown, admired and visible!”

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While a third commented: “You certainly deserve to be in Playboy Mag. Very beautiful and so sexy, You'd be GREAT in a layout.”

Previously, Emily spoke to the Daily Star about her goals.

She said: “People want authenticity, to see imperfections, to see real bodies and also to see themselves reflected in the media they consume. Not just perfect photoshopped images.

“People aren't used to seeing larger women in bikinis, sexy lingerie. A thin woman can post a ‘hand-bra’ photo in a thong and it’s considered haute couture whereas a plus sized woman faces criticism and is told to cover up.

“Body positivity isn’t about thinking you are above self-improvement – it’s about loving yourself enough to take care of yourself and be the best version of you – and accepting what makes you different!”

  • On Instagram
  • Playboy
  • Swimwear

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