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It's as if women are supposed to be confident about their bodies, but not ALL women and not TOO confident.
I don't think I could live with myself, knowing I let the pressure to fit in with a bunch of judgmental jerks get the best of me.
She talks about her insecurities.
The journey is long, and pregnancy and breast feeding are but a short (monumental) blip on the timeline. I want to celebrate that.
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There's no one way to look good.
Hooray for different body types!
It has to do with her gorgeous, long locks.
Body-positive activist Jessamyn Stanley on her journey to self-acceptance.
He also called plus-size models "disgusting."
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You should go and love yourself.
The video is so empowering.
Proving self-love is so, so important.
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She's fighting back against her haters.
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"Confidence isn't something you're born with; it's something you have to work on."
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She wants people to understand curvy women are REAL women.
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Body image issues are often thought of as a problem for younger people, and for women and girls in particular. Unfortunately, this isn't always the case. Age-related shame and our culture's obsession with looking young has become so fanatical that many people are taking radical measures to maintain a youthful appearance.
I have met hundreds of models throughout my time working in the fashion industry but there are specific people that stood out to me over the years. Some I have had the pleasure to meet and work with and others I have admired from a distance. It is hard to thrive in an industry that is so competitive and cut throat.
"Let them stare. Let them see what we can do."
"Now what others would perceive as an imperfection I have made into something more beautiful."
The Sex Goddess Project features women of all different shapes and sizes, ages and colours.
Siera Bearchell wants you to know that being comfortable in your body is beautiful.
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From Alessia Cara to Amandla Stenberg.
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The brand will collaborate with non-profit organization Parks.
“Hi.. Are you aware of the sizing in this store?” UGH.
“In the dance world, it shouldn't matter what size I am, the only thing that should matter is my technique.”