Documentary maker and Body Image Movement founder Taryn Brumfitt has come under fire after sharing a photo of herself in the company of a controversial group last week.
Posting an image of herself, Lorna Jane creator Lorna Jane Clarkson and Business Chicks CEO Emma Isaacs to Facebook on Friday, Brumfitt wrote, “I love dynamic, strong and Unstoppable [sic] women so it should come as no suprise [sic] that I love and adore these two.”
Isaacs, Brumfitt and Clarkson. Source: Facebook.
Taken in Los Angeles following a screening of Brumfitt's recently released documentary, Embrace, it didn't take long for followers of the page to point out Clarkson's recent comments about plus size women were seemingly at odds with Brumfitt's body positive ideals.
Clarkson faced a storm of criticism last month after saying her iconic fitness brand has no plans to sell workout clothing above a size 16.
“We make the sizes that sell in our stores,” Clarkson told news.com.au at the time.
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