is a reality series about two up-and-coming Latina celebs who are close and loyal friends.It features lots of strong vocab ("bitch," "ass"; "s--t," "f--k" bleeped), some discussions about sex and sexuality (some partial/blurred nudity too), and occasional mild arguments.You talked a lot in the book about the challenges that you faced when just starting out — I feel like they're not uncommon challenges for young models. I wish I would have met my financial advisor when I was that young, right away. He has a space now just for models, where he's talking to them at a young age and talking to them how to finance their money and what to do. They kind of expected my agent to take care of me, in a way. Yes, it's really about your guardians prepping you for the big move or the big leap into an industry. If more models talked to each other, I think that they would be more educated on each of their experiences.What do you think could be done that would help young models navigate that space better? I also think that there needs to be education within agencies even, because an agent's not going to be able to take care of you and your personal life, but maybe there should be something that's like, "Okay, you're under this certain age, let's have a conversation with your mom about you moving here." Because it's hard! But it's also about creating a support system within the agency, too. Is that something that you think could be applied across a broader range of models to help them have that same bargaining power? I try to talk to younger models, like the ones who are in their early 20s, about getting into the industry, or the ones that are even signed with big agencies already. They'd be able to have more ownership with who they are.A recruitment consultant in his 50s, Craig was nervous and flushed as he revealed why he’d joined “that site.” He was referring to uk, a dating platform for people in relationships. I feel myself getting older and I’m not ready to lose that side of me yet.” When I asked him if his wife knew he had resorted to a dating site, he shook his head: “Things are hard enough.Before you go lambasting me for partaking, I was on an undercover mission, researching the reasons men cheat for my book Screw The Fairytale. I think she’d understand but she doesn’t need to visualise it.” he explained.I'm really curious how you manage to keep that up, especially now with social media. It's not always been easy, but I think one of the last times it kind of hit me hard and like gutted me was this photo last summer from "America's Next Top Model," when I was in the white outfit with the black Balmain jacket and everyone goes, "You lost so much weight! It pissed me off to the point where I had to write that Lenny Letter. Whether it's too big or too small for you, screw you." I really let some people just hear my voice, because I just think it's ugly when you tell a woman that's she's too big or she's too small, or that she's too sexy or that she's not pretty enough, or that she's not going to get a job because she doesn't have enough . I think that it's really honestly split down the middle.
But more than that, it's filled with valuable advice for young women who want to learn how to harness Graham's seemingly unshakable confidence.But for the plus-size community and Lane Bryant customers, where Graham has served as a face of the brand for 15 years, she's been a supermodel for so much longer., her newly released book.Indeed, having spent half of her life in the industry — Graham turns 30 later this year — she has plenty of fodder to fill a book.Logos for designers like Betsy Johnson and cars like Mercedes-Benz are visible." /The series showcases the close and supportive friendship of two up-and-coming entertainment career women, as well as the efforts they are making to build their careers in the entertainment industry.