The issue features Torontonians with incredibly diverse body stories, like drummer Stephen Bowles, who said breaking his back made him more empathetic toward others.
There's also human rights activist Akio Maroon, who discussed the realities of life in a black woman's body.
And Xica Ducharme, a burlesque performer and flight attendant who talked about both the racial- and gender-based discrimination she's faced at the hands of others.
Personal trainer and youth program coordinator Adam Benn discussed how fatphobia early in life continues to affect his self-esteem.
Writer and performer Katie Sly explained why, for her, nudity is "very much a point of strength."
Refugee and activist Biko Beauttah, who covers the issue, discussed her evolving body image as a trans woman, as well as her experiences living in a shelter with others seeking asylum.
Bo Hedges, who co-captains Canada's wheelchair basketball team, talked about his role in the representation of differently abled people.
Chiamaka Umeh, Esther Jun, and Rebecca Perry of Toronto's Next Stage Theatre Fest discussed religious stigmas against nudity, passing positive body image onto future generations, and looks versus talent in entertainment.