Not all Instagram creators are size 2. Diversifying your social media feed can improve your body image and self-esteem.
The fatphobic messaging around obesity and coronavirus risk, as well as pandemic weight gain, needs to change ASAP.
“I think breasts are the most beautiful things in the world — we literally feed our children with them,” the basketball player told HuffPost.
We're crying cuz we love this.
I have never asked for anyone's opinion on my body, so I’m confused why the comments come so freely and unsolicited.
These body-positive books promote self-love and confidence in young readers.
Parents' personal comments can send harmful messages about body image.
Images presented to us on television, social media and best-dressed lists by and large value size over style.
One doesn’t have to be a public figure to be subjected to the kind of hatred or scrutiny Holliday has experienced.
If you constantly check the mirror, compare yourself to past photos or focus on certain features, this mental health advice is for you.