Int’l Fuller Woman Network Join Forces with Big Sister Magazine Based In Nigeria

Elsie Utong, Editor in Chief of Big Sister Magazine

The International Fuller Woman Network was created to connect initiatives around the world that support the size acceptance and plus empowerment movement. Through our network, those positive entities are highlighted and celebrated. To strengthen our commitment to connecting curves around the world, The International Fuller Woman Network has forged an exciting new partnership with Big Sister Magazine-Nigeria.

Big Sister Magazine is a lifestyle magazine, the only one of its kind that is published in Nigeria and West Africa. It celebrates  the worth and talent of curvy girls in this region and offers useful tips on healthy living, fitness, diet, beauty and boosting of self esteem. “BIG SISTER Magazine encourages the plus size women to look fabulous and as such, features some of the best and outfits from the plus size wardrobe with the aim of transforming her into a curvy, neat, classy, contemporary fashionable woman!.” exclaims Elsie Utong, Editor in Chief.

Currently Big Sister Magazine distributes over 10,000 issues bi-monthly with distribution doubling in size by this fall. They are working on having editions available in neighboring Ghana.

We are very excited about our partnership which would entail giving insight to her readers about the challenges that face women in the US. We will bring to the network snipets of the latest edition so you can be continually be in the know about what your sisters are up to in Nigeria.

Big Sister Magazine staff busy at work

Those that attend The Internaional Fuller Woman Expo on Detroit September 10th will be able to recieve a copy of Big Sister Magazine so you will have the movement at your fingertips!

Check out their blog for more information.

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