Becoming a Plus Size ModelThe All Original asked: Do you know of any Modeling Agencies, or more fashionable clothing lines that actually use Plus Size Male Models, or Big and Tall Male Models on the east coast?
There aren’t many modeling agencies for big and tall male models. Sadly, there just aren’t a lot of companies looking for what they consider non-traditional body types, so most agencies aren’t offering bigger models. Even companies that are looking for big and tall male models have problems finding them, instead turning to casting agencies to find big gents to model for their magazines, websites, and ads. Working with a casting agency might be a better way to go.

Or, if you’re in the San Francisco Bay Area and you’re interested in modeling for Chubstr, that’s an option. Click here to find out more.

Zeenwmie63 asked: Greetings! Here is my question for all the big guys out there. Where do you wear your pants? Below your stomach or around your navel? For many years I’ve worn mine around the navel (mainly because that’s where I was told pants “should” be worn), but as I’ve gotten more involved with trying to dress with style, I’ve noticed that it gives me a bit of an odd shape, which I don’t care for, but I don’t want to look bad or have my ass crack showing when I bend over wearing below the stomach. Help?
I think you’ll find quite a few answers to this question. I generally opt for comfort, and wear my pants a bit lower. I don’t like the look or feel of having my pants up at my navel, though if I’m wearing something more formal, the pants move further up. 
If you’re worried about the moon coming out, you can fix that will a belt, or more creatively, with suspenders. I find that this takes care of most of the problems I run into.

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