skinny-shaming

I will never be "stacked" or voluptuous, nor athletic and "ripped," but I accept that. This is me and after 30 years, I embrace it with confidence.
I realized that I have been judged my whole life, and what I did was wrong. She had nothing to do with people calling me fat, stupid and lazy. I did by not standing up for myself.
Check out one of Baker's other projects -- the first ever Body Love Conference, happening in Tucson, AZ on April 5, 2014
Are you pear-shaped? How about apple or hourglass? The fashion industry has labeled female shapes using cutesy terms to help women buy what's right for their bodies. Are these labels helpful or another way to body shame?
"A woman's shape can't be translated into an inanimate object or piece of fruit."
10. "You're too healthy." 7. "Must be nice to be so thin." 9. "You'd look so much better if you'd just put some meat on your
"Before you even think about prejudging a woman (no matter her size), think really hard about what it says about you."