The first trailer for A Perfect 14 - a documentary on the plus-size modelling industry, the women working in it and weight discrimation - has been released, and if these three minutes of footage are anything to go by, it's going to be a must-see.
As well as going behind the scenes of photoshoots and exploring how women's careers started, the film critiques the term plus-size and discusses why it's a negative way to describe women's bodies.
In addition, the film explores weightism and how it affects women who are not the perfect size 10. Daniella Sieukaran - a body image researcher at Simon Fraser University in Canada - states at one point: "Weightism is pretty much the last acceptable version of discrimination."
A fantastic point made is that whenever a magazine or designer uses a plus-size model in a fashion spread it's big news, when actually we should be used to seeing imagery of women who are all shapes and sizes.
What do you think? Is the term plus-size a problem and will you go see A Perfect 14? Tweet us @MyDailyUK.
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