“What makes us different makes us unique.”
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The orchestra says it will shut down after the backlash.
"You need to check your priorities."
You shouldn't judge a person by their exterior because you don't know their story.
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She's fighting back against her haters.
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They're disappointing customers — and losing them.
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In news that will shake you to the core.
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It's harmful, unkind, and we need to shut it down.
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Photo Cred: Karolina Grabowska The term "trolling" in today's generation refers to complete strangers writing offensive online posts with the purpose of getting a reaction. Public figures such as cel...
“Hi.. Are you aware of the sizing in this store?” UGH.
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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 looks like life in plastic is not fantastic.
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Mathers was not in court when her attorney entered the plea.
Adopting a healthier lifestyle is an active process; no one can force anyone else -- no matter how much they love them -- to adopt a healthier lifestyle. Your loved one has to be at least interested in having the "health conversation." Health is a process, and in order for long-term changes to occur, the person must want to -- and be ready to -- be part of the process... The million-dollar question becomes, how do you support a loved one's journey to become fit, without them feeling judged, belittled, and criticized?
"I embrace my curves at 360 degrees, and I'm never ashamed of them."
I was verbally bullied about my weight throughout school. The weight started increasing exponentially while I was in high school. That is when it started impacting my moods and the way I looked at life... I did not want to be around my friends and I started isolating myself. I became physically sick with stomach problems, mentally sick and looked down upon myself. I hit rock bottom.
"Plus sized doesn't mean ugly or undesirable or untalented or uncoordinated or LESS. THAN. HUMAN."
"This is me, existing as a fat Indian girl in a stereotypically skinny Asian world."
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The 19-year-old Mi'kmaq woman sent her haters a big "f*uck you."
I am not asking Mattel to raise my child with a healthy sense of self-esteem and value; it is my job to make sure of those things, and it is Mattel's job to sell toys - and with these dolls, I feel like those goals are aligning more than they ever did before, and I will continue to combat the body-negative messages sent to my daughter, because our daughters should be free to feel amazing about themselves, whether they fit into a mold or not.
"Wow she looks like she needs a good meal!"
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"Nobody's perfect and that's what makes us special."
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I was standing in line at my local McDonald's when the person behind me asked, "Is that a plaid shirt you're wearing?" I was flustered, my face turned a crimson red and I quickly exited the restaurant. It was only when I sat down inside my car in the parking lot that I realized what had happened: I'd been plaid-shamed.
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"It sickens me to think at 17 years old, a photo of myself with my nieces is suggesting that I'm 'asking for it.'"
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What is part of her body causes the most shame, crashes her confidence, and ultimately takes her mind of from indulging pleasure?It's her vulva. Vulva is what most of you keep calling vagina; it consists of the external genital organs. So many women are in agony worrying that their inner lips might be too big or too small.
I have a beautiful network of girlfriends, each unique in her shape, size and sex appeal. Some of them are naturally thin. Some of them are incredibly fit. Some of them even struggle to put weight on. Does that mean they deserve a little public jeering because they don't struggle to maintain a certain dress size?