Body Positivity

Too many exercise programs don't feel inclusive enough. Enter these A+ options.
"Health behaviors are important, but they are to be encouraged and supported, not to be used as shame tactics."
Although it’s still just a theory, experts agree that trusting your body to maintain a weight that’s right for it can be very powerful.
Weight gain, disordered eating and compulsive exercise surged during the pandemic ― but men often have nowhere to talk about it.
The “Pitch Perfect” star said she’s been getting a whole lot of attention for doing “nothing except lose weight.”
The "Superbad" actor said comments about his physical appearance don't "feel good," regardless of their intent.
"Anyone who exists in a fat body has a horror story about a time they were simply trying to enjoy food in public."
“If I could change something, I would love to not have to think about that,” the “Eternals” star told Vulture in a candid profile.
Facebook has stopped plans to launch Instagram Kids — for now. Experts say that's not enough.
"My ass is my greatest asset," the three-time Grammy winner proclaims in a new TED Talk that delves into the Black roots of the popular dance style.
The supermodel detailed her alleged income loss in a $50 million lawsuit after a "fat-freezing" process "disfigured" her, she said.
"Who has the right to access your body? To touch, probe, view images of your flesh? It is only flesh, after all. But it is also you."
"I’d just had plastic surgery so that I could regain my self confidence. Instead, I lost my ability to feel anything."
Here's the truth behind weight loss images and what they do and don't show you about a person's health (and your own well-being).
"Old Navy’s brand of 'inclusivity' is, to be honest, more than insulting at this point."
"The swimsuit with a skirt, which covered one’s thighs, rear end, and distracted from the stomach, was the default plus-size option for young girls."
As temperatures rise, Graham wants her followers to embrace the skin they're in.
Inclusivity has become a trend, and now everyone wants in on it. Here's why that's not necessarily a good thing.
"The trauma of being rejected because of your weight so many times creeps in, no matter how confident you are in yourself."
Blogger Rosey Blair is exposing the manipulative messaging around the weight of stars like Kate Winslet and Jessica Simpson.