Tess Holliday, one of the most outspoken plus-size models in the industry, is once again blasting Victoria's Secret's beauty standards in a candid new interview. The 30-year-old beauty, who was the first size-22 woman to be signed to a major agency, slammed the lingerie retailer, saying: 'They are perpetuating what’s wrong with America and with society, in general, that you have to look a certain way - like a Victoria's Secret Angel - to feel beautiful and be sexy.' Tess, who took the brand to task in September for not offering sizes for full-bodied women, said the brand had no reaction to her statements, telling Yahoo Style: 'I don't think they cared. They probably didn’t look up from their glitter and angel body spray - or money!' She previously posted a lingerie selfie on Instagram, writing: 'If Victoria's Secret needs a plus-size angel... call me. PS DUH us fuller ladies like to wear lingerie & look sexy. Get with it.' The model, who is very vocal about her size on social media, also responded to claims from critics that she 'glorifies' being unhealthy. 'I'm not [unhealthy]', said Tess, adding: '[That] is like saying because someone is a darker skin tone or because someone is being gay that they're like, glorifying that lifestyle. That's who you are.' She went on to offer: 'Obviously someone doesn’t wake up fat. 'I know that I am fat, but people completely miss the point of me trying to educate women and show them that it’s OK to be who you are and love yourself and still live your life and not be miserable.' Tess, who recently appeared in a high-fashion spread in Marie Claire UK's December issue, further revealed that she doesn't 'do diets', sharing: 'Diets don't work.'