"When I’m out in public now, I notice the looks I get from strangers, most of which seem to say 'Yikes! WTF!'”
Everybody deserves to see themselves represented.
Style & Beauty
In this edition of The Vanity Project, influencers and beauty insiders give thanks for what makes them unique.
"I mean, the poor guy has the self-esteem of a small pigeon," the former White House communications director said.
It was shortly after my graduation that my mother approached me about breast augmentation surgery.
The six-time Olympic gymnastics medalist opens up about self-esteem, bad body-image days and the truth about happy Instagram posts.
Scratching your head over why you’re still single? This might be why.
"I used to use Scotch tape to make my eyes bigger. Then I said, ‘Hey, this is your face. This is how you look.’"
After hearing girls in her class complain about their looks, this teacher made a music video to boost their confidence.
When I was pregnant with our daughter, I read all of the required mothering material (and then some), coming across one line
No one writes in someone’s obituary “she was so thin.”
And I want my daughter to see it too.
I recognized the defeated look on my daughter’s face as she descended the boxy stairs of the school bus. It was a look that
Sometimes words are just words. But other times they become our inner narrative, an unchanging pillar of our belief system.
For me, self care is my gateway to self love. How I commit my time and energy is in a direct relationship with how I feel
My first Porch Light Profile is about New York Times best selling author Anita Moorjani. I chose her because her book, Dying