Did you know that 67% of US women wear size 14 - 34!  That's the majority of women!  But all of these women are underrepresented in the media.   And of those women, 65% say they feel the retail industry ignores their needs.

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The folks at Lane Bryant are trying to change that.  Their original ad campaign #ImNoAngel made news last year, and now they're striking again with #PlusIsEqual.

Here's the ad -

Lane Bryant and their lingerie company Cacique also took over Times Square yesterday and had a huge rally and fashion show to celebrate plus size women.

Here are some clips from the fashion show -

#PlusIsEqualWhen Precious hits the runway, jaws hit the floor. (P.S. It's her birthday, so send her some love!) www.PlusIsEqual.com #PlusIsEqual #NYFW #NYFW4ALL

Posted by Lane Bryant on Sunday, September 13, 2015

#PlusIsEqualConsider this our #ImNoAngel mic drop. #PlusIsEqual, coming at you.

Posted by Lane Bryant on Thursday, September 10, 2015

So, women, how do you honestly feel about this ad campaign? Does it make you feel better about yourself? Does it make you feel like you're represented in the media? Do you think a campaign like this can change the attitudes of America? Do you think it should?

Even if you don't consider yourself plus-sized, don't you identify more with these models than you do the Victoria's Secret Angels? Let me know! I want to know what our listeners are feeling about this topic!