You, people, are the ones putting pressure on women to have the perfect bodies. Let's analyse the question, let's look closely to the words forming it. There is no Victoria's secret. These is only a public opinion. You reader, the public, the people are the only ones to decide what should and should not be called "fat". You are the ones who define words. The definition of any word in the dictionary is a result of subjectiveness, the result of the "common opinion".For exemple, how would you define the word "perfect" ? There is no real definition. There is only your opinion. So there is no pressure on women to have the perfect bodies as everyone has a different definition of "perfect".
Not doing so would bring down employees' purchasing power. It is beyond dispute that the employer must adjust the wages to inflation. First, it is rational to do so because if not, there wouldn't be any demand, and the employer's business would then fail. Second, inflation generally means a rise in prices of goods, but also a rise in salaries. Logically, the employer must be able to adjust the wages to the inflation.
It should not be easier to travel from China to the USA, nor should it be from Jamaica to Alaska. The fact that China and the USA are both 2 major superpowers does not mean they should use their money to accentuate this ever widening gap between them and the rest of the world. In doing so, they would create a 'uncompetitive market' in which other countries would not be able to join for the very fact that massive capital is needed.
Class do not exist I believe that 'class' is an ancient notion. There is no existing social class today. Globalization has blurred all disinction. Although people still possess different amounts of wealth, they are not conscious of the divide in society. There are no values common to the aristocracy. Everybody is approximatly the same and most people have similar life-opportunities.