One plus-size influencer wants hotels to make bathrooms and hallways bigger and provide sturdy wire chairs without arms to accommodate bigger bodies. She calls this “size-inclusive amenities.” You’ll probably see this soon on hotel search websites.
Jaelynn Chaney is the same person who advocates for obese people to have two airplane seats for the price of one as well as bigger airplane rows and bathrooms. She recently disclosed that she has secured lucrative influencer deals with Google, McDonald’s, Afterpay, Poshmark and Hilton Hotels.
Now Chaney is advocating for retrofitting hotels with bigger elevators, hallways, bathrooms, and pool-side chairs in the name of inclusivity.
Inclusive is an interesting word in this context. What about people with dwarfism? This is exclusive for them, no?