tess holliday

The body-positive activist opened up about her relationship to her own queerness in the July issue of Nylon magazine.
Bebe Rexha, Lizzo and Jameela Jamil aren’t letting society’s expectations of beauty hold them back.
“Just be yourself and own it,” the body-positive model said.
A provocative Instagram photo sparked more nastiness from the trolling TV personality -- and a response from the plus-size model.
"If I saw a body like mine on this magazine when I was a young girl, it would have changed my life," she said.
Women’s media is one of the worst offenders when it comes to making women feel terrible about themselves, and it often does so under a veneer of empowerment.
She hesitated to post a pic of herself, but had a (kick-ass) change of heart.
"Gentle reminder to myself that as a mom, I deserve to feel sexy & desired."
"Working moms come in all shapes, sizes, colors and creeds!"
“Why does our society shame women whose bodies do not adhere to some narrow notion of false normalcy?”
The social media site issued an apology after deeming the ad "undesirable."