"A woman can be seeking attention and also make a statement."
To all the hard-working mamas out there, to the ones that give everything and expect nothing, to the ones that are exhausted from getting up all night, to the ones working multiple jobs to provide for their families, please give yourself permission today to do what you need to do to take care of yourself, because you deserve it. You are pretty enough, you are good enough, and you are enough in who you are, today.
Check out the interview with Love Your Curls author Taiye Selasi above. Selasi said the premise for the book is grounded
Experiments like Dr. Solomon's aim to create a visual representation of what beauty means, but instead it just reinforces Eurocentric beauty standards that have long been valued over other traits.
In the wise words of Amy Poehler: "Fighting aging is like the War on Drugs. It's expensive, does more harm than good, and
Mukii explores these concepts and beyond in her enrapturing seven-minute short, which combines layered ethnographic visuals
Holliday has created an Instagram account for #EffYourBeautyStandards, inviting women to share selfies of themselves in the
"Fetching Blemish" runs until February 15 at INVISIBLE-EXPORTS in New York. The other artists on view include Wolfgang Black
The photographs are simultaneously playful and strangely bewitching, as pink eyeshadow and blue liner transform into unexpectedly
Dance training isn't always associated with body positivity, but it does show you a lot of ways to understand and appreciate your body that are unrelated to looks.
Addiction and eating disorder recovery site Rehabs.com worked with digital marketing agency Fractl on a project looking at
Maybe she's born with it ... maybe she stuck her head in a bucket of lard. In the 18th century women often sported enormous