Our Ambassadors

@_theartofeseduction

Geneieve Gilmore

27

She/They

“Hey, my name is Geneieve! I was born in california but raised in GA. I am a model, makeup artist, and fat positive advocate. I have been an artist ever since I was young and alone all forms of art.”

@annatheegreat

Annastasha Morrow

27

She/Her

“I’m a positive person who is always looking to connect with beautiful people and good vibes. I am proudly black, curvy and LGBT+. I am proudly and unapologetically me. I’m looking forward to connecting with more great energy and embracing fatgirlroyalty to help inspire others!”

 

 

@Josey_omo

Josey Omokheyeke

26

She/Her

“Hi, I’m Josey! I’m Nigerian and first generation American! Born and raised in Houston TX. I now live in. Nashville TN. I’m out here just trying to be a pop star! I like my heels high and my standards higher!

 

 

@plussize__

Marika Daniel

21

She/Her

“I want to get into influencer marketing and becoming and influencer. I’m a member of the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated. I love anything dealing with photography, graphic design, videography and marketing!”

 

@cheymodee

Cheyenne Davis

26

She/Her

“I am a startup founder, writer and aspiring model looking to break social norms and show that Black Womxn can be beautiful, multifaceted and complex. I am the creator of @unveil.d (a sex + and kink + digital editorial for black and brown folk. My main goal is to use my content to challenge to status quo and amplify the voices of the community.”

 

@baldiebri

Brielle Amos

21

She/Her

“I’m from New Jersey and I’m interested im marketing! I’m working on my degree currently and I can’t wait to graduate!”

 

@wonderfullyartistic

Deja Patterson

25

She/Her

“I am a painter who focuses on highlighting the beauty of the plus sized body. As a 300 pound woman I have faced various forms of discrimination due to my large frame. In response to these unfortunate events, I’ve decided to use my platform as an artist to promote body positivity. I purposefully accentuate things that women are traditionally taught to conceal or lose, such as: back rolls, belly fat and cellulite. My principal aim is to encourage other fat people to unapologetically accept their physical appearances. I’m not brave -- I’m delicious.”

 

 

@pleasantly_plumpxix

Kayla Dixon

26

She/Her

“Confidence is the only key. I can’t think of any better representation of beauty than someone who isn’t afraid to be herself.”