I don't know where Lindor Reynolds got her facts, but a women at 5-11 and 180 pounds has a BMI of 25, which is considered normal by the medical community. A BMI over 33 is obese (depending on age and height). The average Canadian woman is 5-4 and weighs 153 pounds, which is considered slightly overweight. I was angered by her idea of plus-size as a size 12 (which again is the average pant size for a Canadian woman). The plus-size dress shops don't even start at size 12, it is 14 and their 14 is bigger than a department store. Most of us are not tall and slim but much shorter and heavier. From a real plus-size woman.