China Symone Peoples is a full-figured female living in Washington D.C., who struggles daily seeking to be judge for her character and not her size. In a world where thin is supposed to be in, she has to fight day in and day out for the same respect that is yielded to women of a smaller size. She also has been in love with her best friend Nehemiah (Nee) from the first day they met. Fearful of rejection and damaging their friendship she represses her feeling for him, fully aware of the fact that he likes slender and petite women. China realizes that she may have to abandon her affection for Nee and move on. She has to be content with just having him as her friend, until he commits the most unthinkable act. Which causes him to ask himself-Should it really matter what one's outward appearance maybe when finding true love?-Do we allow society to dictate what size is normal?-Are we, guided by a social order of sorts seeking the approval from the masses just to fit in?
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