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Yogis aren't a one-size-fits-all deal.
"It was about having the courage to stand there naked and do this stuff."
All bodies are beautiful!
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Love doesn't come in one size.
"Outer beauty is fleeting, but lasting beauty comes from within."
"I don't even look like this."
Yes ladies, show off that squish!
There's so much truth in this.
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"I was so embarrassed, I just paid for the two items I had in my hand and left the store as quickly as possible."
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It was the year we learned to celebrating all the things we love about our body.
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Being overly open with our own bodies can be just as disturbing to our children as being overly cautious and timid.
Ashlie Molstad is keeping it real.
"Fashion isn’t just about size," says Nadia Aboulhosn.
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Eff the so-called "rules."
While the focus on loosening the ironclad corset and giving breathing room for diverse bodies to be loved and appreciated is a big step in the right direction, something is still fundamentally missing in our well-intentioned conquest to develop a positive body image.
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This is the diversity we should be seeing at fashion weeks.
When women get together and have a "fat talk," their feelings of guilt and failure become ever more aggravated, and it gets even harder to overcome obstacles. Being compassionate with oneself and others means to realize that suffering, failure and imperfection are part of our shared human experience
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I am learning to love myself, but sometimes it's not enough. All the love I can give myself can't cancel out the hate that people have for fat bodies. If we want to be real about changing the way that beauty is portrayed and what bodies are considered good, then everyone has to do the heavy lifting to normalize marginalized bodies together.
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"Embracing all of our bumps and curves is a beautiful thing."
"This has actually improved my self esteem.''
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Because we ALL struggle when it comes to fitting.
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Rock a pastel palette this spring no matter your shape or size!
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Sixteen women talk about the emotional effects of being plus size, their history with confidence issues, their thoughts on body positivity, as well as their incredible journeys to self-love and acceptance.
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Some rules are just meant to be broken.
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I do know that my weight is not an indicator of health, fitness -- or anything else other than how much I weigh. I know that I am not defined by my cellulite, expanding midriff, or any other body parts that don't wow me. And yet here I am, wishing that I wasn't mentally dragged down by my extra pounds.
"I love these stretch marks because they're a reminder of giving birth to two beautiful, wonderful girls."