Abercrombie & Fitch's small sizes aren't stopping this blogger from taking a stand when it comes to the public image of plus-size women. Jes, known on the Internet as The Militant Baker, recreated popular topless A&F ads, but with her own twist — adding the tagline "Attractive & Fat." She published the images on her blog along with an open letter to the retailer's CEO Michael Jeffries. Jeffries and A&F recently came under public scrutiny for comments made in a Business Insider article, published earlier this month. The story claimed that the stores do not stock XL clothing sizes because the CEO "doesn't want larger people shopping in the store." The article also makes reference to a 2006 interview with Jeffries where he admits that A&F is a store for "cool and popular kids." He went on to add that "a lot of people don't belong [in our clothes] and they can't belong." In her letter, Jes says she was not shocked by Jeffries' statements, adding the sentiments echo those of others. Jes writes that she hopes one day all ads — even A&F ads — will feature plus-size females or "unconventional models" with "not short, not fat, professional models." However, it’s important you know that regardless of the numbers on your tax forms, your comments don't stop anyone from being who they are; the world is progressing in inclusive ways whether you deem it cool or not. The only thing you've done through your comments (about thin being beautiful and only offering XL and XXL in your stores for men) is reinforce the unoriginal concept that fat women are social failures, valueless, and undesirable. Your apology doesn't change this. A note: I didn't take these pictures to show that the male model found me attractive, or that the photographer found me photogenic, or to prove that you're an ostentatious dick. Rather, I was inspired by the opportunity to show that I am secure in my skin and to flaunt this by using the controversial platform that you created. I challenge the separation of attractive and fat, and I assert that they are compatible regardless of what you believe. Not only do I know that I'm sexy, but I also have the confidence to pose nude in ways you don’t dare. You are more than welcome to prove me wrong by posing shirtless with a hot fat chick; it would thrill me to see such a shoot. Jes also made sure to let Jeffries know, in the letter, that a size large T-shirt from his store comfortably fit her size 22 frame.