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    The young woman has accused the social network of bias, arguing that her pictures wouldn't be banned if she were slim.

    Plus-size fashion model Georgina Horne has accused Instagram of hiding her publications from the newsfeed.

    In her recent post, the 30-year-old woman claimed that the app administration is infringing on the rights of plus-size people, intentionally displaying pictures of slim girls at the top.

    Here’s a little something from my shoot in the amazing #BoomBoomRoom at @nicolamyboudoir 🌺

    Публикация от Georgina Horne (George) (@fullerfigurefullerbust) 12 Июн 2018 в 7:36 PDT

    "I've been shadow banned on Instagram — I can tell because my posts never make ‘top posts' on hashtags with few posts, and my likes have vastly depleted. If I were a slim woman posting similar content then this wouldn't happen," the young woman wrote.

    🌈 #azureboporetreat

    Публикация от Georgina Horne (George) (@fullerfigurefullerbust) 6 Июн 2018 в 4:53 PDT

    Horne's post has stirred vivid reactions among her followers. Some of them gave her compliments; others offered to help‬ promote her Instagram page.

    Horne is a popular fashion model that promotes clothes for plus-size women, including swimsuits and underwear. Her page on Instagram has some 195,000 followers.


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