We are worth more than what we weigh on the scales.
When you live in a world that has historically been obsessed with one very narrow idea of what makes a woman beautiful (clue: it's related to size), it can be hard not to set high standards for yourself.Many women
Newsflash: We don't.
On October 8, 2017, Ashley Graham posted an Instagram clip of her working out-something she does on the reg. A few hours later, she addressed some of the comments she gets every single time she proudly shows off her progress:We'
Having touching thighs makes you one step closer to being a mermaid, you guys.
We all know how stupid the desire for a thigh gap is. While it's managed to become just another way for women to feel shit about their weight if they don't have a sliver of space between their legs, in
'I totally understand. Once I tried to starve myself for a day.'
1. "I wish I had your body." While this might seem like a compliment, it's a good rule of thumb not to make a judgment-even a "positive" one-about someone with an eating disorder's body.2. "You must love
'In order to see real and lasting change in our warped standards of beauty, it has to come from deep within the fashion industry.'
Jenny McQuaile, the director and producer of the upcoming documentary Straight/Curve (which comes out in 2017), speaks about her mission to change the way magazines portray body image:Straight/Curve Trailer from Jenny McQuaile on Vimeo.For decades, we have been
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