I’d always been self-conscious about my abdomen. When I got endometriosis, everyone else became conscious of it too.
Tell your inner Regina George to STFU.
“Just be nice, please.”
When you are married to fitness, there’s only one way to feel the romance.
What time is it? Confidence time!
Judgement, judgement everywhere.
Being body positive doesn’t always extend to yourself.
And how you can learn to love yourself anyway.
After a lifetime struggling with disordered eating, I’m still figuring out how to have a healthy relationship with my body and what I feed it.
“I wish she’d loved herself and all her flaws the way I love her.”
“The earlier you learn that you should focus on what you have, and not obsess about what you don’t have, the happier you will be.” —Amy Poehler
“To make it look like we don’t struggle.”
“The quality of the life that I live is more important than how I look in the mirror.”
The mannequin, spotted in a Whistles store in central London, has been criticised by a number of eating disorder charities.
Joni Edelman wrote in a blog post this week that she has realized being thin does not bring her joy.
Baby got gap.
Twenty-six-year-old Ashley Kaltwasser is the reigning world champion of a polarizing new bodybuilding competition that raises questions about attainable female body image while cultivating a massive following on social media. But the LeBron James of #BikiniCompetitor culture doesn’t have the answers — she’s busy trying to make history.
Every body can be a yoga body. We found all these awesome women using the hashtags #curvyyoga, #curvyyogi, #curvygirlyoga, #curvyyogis… and more.
The clothing chain does not consider the model to be “underweight or unhealthily thin”.
Fat-shaming, skinny-shaming, food-shaming, butt-shaming, clothing-shaming… You name it, 2014 had it all.
Think about the way you view your own body, and see how others feel about theirs.
“She’s like a real person.”
Watch him bare it all in this brave video.
You can’t have it all, but you can come pretty close.
Their answers were both heartwarming and sad.
When a student stood alongside the mannequin, she was shocked. UPDATE: Topshop told BuzzFeed News that it makes it a priority to showcase “a healthy size image”.
Cause you know, it’s not about your waist.
Your workout vs. your junk food!
After 17 years of wearing makeup every day of my life, I wanted to see what would happen if I stopped wearing it.