I'm confused by this. Maybe it's just the use of "yet" as which I'm guessing is just result of fast typing and no editing (which is often how I post). If not, I don't understand why it's the conjunction here. And while I have no doubt that as a general rule people who fit standard definitions of attractiveness do better in workplace and other social settings, saying 2/3 of women are discriminated against seems like a broad statement that's hard to pin down. Discriminated against in the sense of how often they get promoted when compared to the 33% of other women? Or something else?
Oh. Yeah. I didn't mean to say that all 67% face workplace discrimination.
Many have, and do, I don't think anyone disputes that. I'm just unsure how anyone can look at a plus-size clothing retailer that says its customer base is routinely discriminated against, made to feel unattractive, underrepresented in media, etc., and Hey look, today 67% of our pictures are of real, plus-sized women! and be unsettled by it, believing it to be an extension of a *fat is healthy* line of thinking that barely anyone, and certainly not their average customer, subscribes to.