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'My journey from 125 lbs to 111 lbs, though weight loss was not the goal.'
'I was never really confident in my own body until just recently.'
For most of my grade school and high school life, I was on the badminton varsity team. I wasn't the best player in the roster. I wasn't even the strongest hitter, highest jumper, or the most agile. If
'I am bold. I am brilliant. I am beautiful.'
One of the most common questions supermodel Ashley Graham gets is: How do you stay so confident? If you're a fan, you know that this is a topic she constantly talks about. In a YouTube video, the expecting mom said, "
'Being at war with your body is so last season.'
If you're feeling bad about yourself (it happens, bb!!), then Camila Cabello has a hella inspiring message for you: Embrace your body. I don't even need to see you to know that you're hot AF. But,
'I wanted to be cool more than I wanted to be pretty.'
In a GRWM video, Rica Peralejo gets real about her body insecurities, how her experience in the entertainment industry affected her beauty ideals, and what she learned about getting (and letting go of) breast implants. "I wanted to be cool more than
'I need to look good...'
The year is 2011. Taylor Swift's "Sparks Fly" is playing on the radio, and you're scrolling through Lookbook. You think to yourself, wow, they're perfect. And while all of them were undoubtedly beautiful, what you probably
'I'm not at all insecure about them.'
To whoever needs to hear this today: You are valid and you are beautiful-may you be tall or short, fat or thin, with big breasts or tiny ones. You are perfectly you and you don't have to fit anyone&#
'People have scars and we do not want to add on to it.'
Chynna Ortaleza recently opened up about what it's like to be publicly scrutinized for her weight. It all started when the GMA-7 actress updated her Instagram profile with a photo of herself and her husband Kean Cipriano enjoying a
Body-shaming is never okay, y'all.
It's another day and another chance for us to be educated about body-shaming. Everyone, making fun of someone's physical appearance is rude, disrespectful, and demoralizing for the person you're "joking" about. Words do hurt people
Kris has an important reminder about normalizing *flaws*.
Kris Bernal is back with another reminder to acknowledge your body for what it is and what it can do for you. ICYDK, the actress has been vocal about her experience of being at the receiving end of body-shaming comments. In
Nicole lost 70 pounds and gained a ton of perspective.
These days, there's a good chance you'll catch Nicole Lacanilao, 26, doing burpees in her driveway, getting dolled up for photoshoots with her sisters, and flexing her new workout gear on Instagram. At first glance, she may seem
She posted a barefaced selfie.
We turn to social media for a lot of things: another piece of decor for that room makeover, a new must-try dessert, a possible outfit for a virtual reunion, or simply some inspiration to get those creative juices flowing. Despite all
'People are skinny, curvy, tall, short, petite, large, and that's just the reality of things!'
Kris Bernal has an important reminder for everyone: Body-shaming is *never* okay and no "body" is perfect. Kris has always been vocal about this issue, having been on the receiving end of harsh comments. In 2017, the actress slammed people for
They believe fashion should be enjoyed by anyone.
Women come in different sizes. We find it comforting to know that there are brands that put a conscious effort into catering to varying body types. One clothing line that aims to always create with the real girl in mind is Al
'I'm aware that it will never actually go away.'
Andi Eigenmann proudly shows her stretch marks wearing a white cropped top, as seen in her latest Instagram post.In the photo, Andi is seen carrying her 10-month-old daughter with partner Philmar Alipayo, Lilo.Andi admits in her caption that "
'Bad ass tiger stripes!'
Stretch marks are a funny old thing... Despite being a totally normal, gorgeous and even empowering part of the human body, many women (and, in fact, people of all genders) are still self-conscious about theirs. Which, while we can totally understand,
'As women, we were raised to be so hard on ourselves.'
Kylie Padilla is not in a hurry to lose the extra pounds she gained during her second pregnancy.A month after giving birth, the mother of two chooses to embrace her postpartum body and fight off the "nagging" voices telling her to
The actress and mom of three kids opens up about accepting and loving her body.
Camille Prats, actress, host, and mom of three kids, shared her journey towards body positivity in an Instagram post. "I used to be so conscious of my body because of the industry I work in," said the actress, who got an early
It'll be about her thoughts on everything 'from beauty and fashion to philosophy and politics.'
Now a college freshman in New York, Frankie Pangilinan revealed that she'll be launching an online journal called Simone Says. Frankie, whose full name is Simone Francesca Emmanuelle Pangilinan, said it's "a journal, an archive of art, and a culmination
The TV host and vlogger talks about the pressure on moms to lose weight after giving birth.
TV host Bianca Gonzalez recently opened up about her "payat but strong" mom bod and about comments like "Parang 'di nanganak!" She shared a photo from a Pilates session and said, "I fully realize that photos like this may contribute to