Growing up fat and trans, photographer Shoog McDaniel was constantly bullied. But when they found a batch of disposable cameras in their late teens, they found their calling.
"All Hands Are Good Hands" is the call for finger representation we never knew we needed.
A comment like this is backhanded ― an insult disguised as a compliment.
The singer wrote that she is "unashamed, unafraid and proud" of her body in an empowering Instagram post.
The actress celebrated her body confidence with a fiery no-makeup beach pic.
In a saucy image of herself doing a split in a thong, the singer wrote, "body positivity. Unapologetically me.”
Never had I been in a circumstance where I needed to be in sync with every inch of my body.
The "Good Place" actress called on women to “make memories that extend beyond what you have eaten today."
Weight Watchers, now called WW, is promoting a new "behavior change program" for kids ages 8 to 17.
“I’m writing this for girls like my little sister who are growing up on social media," the "Senorita" singer wrote on an Instagram story this weekend.
"I am a beach. I literally don’t give a fuck," the work says. "I am entirely indifferent to your body mass index."
"All Asians aren’t the stereotype of being small and petite," Michelle Elman said. "Being Asian is not one look."
“I allowed my stretch marks to whisper: ‘You are a grown ass women who has ... STRETCHED in ways you never thought you could,'" the "Claws" actress wrote.
How I used yoga to heal the damage yoga did to my mind and body.
Plus: Celebrating the messy friendships of "Big Little Lies."
While I would never call someone else a “fat bitch,” I had been calling myself one most of my life.