An Ohio woman calls for more civility after a fellow shopper in a supermarket seeks her out to criticize the clothes she was wearing.
Melissa Jefferson aka Lizzo is working to change the beauty standards in music and to destigmatize the word "fat."
When the show is over and I’m living in my plus size body replaying a highlight reel in my head, I frankly feel sad knowing that such a prominent company is promoting such an obtainable ideal.
First launched as a body positive magazine by U.K.-native Jo Boon, the full-fledged body positive website now represents body positivity in its entirety — with articles, events and even accessories — and just released the first items in its body positive comfy sweater line. Boon tells Yahoo Lifestyle that creating a clothing line as an extension of her website felt like a tangible way to help people celebrate themselves.
For bath lovers, soaking in a tub with your favorite bath oils can feel like a slice of paradise. As you can see, the copious amounts of oil are lining the tub and her legs, making it impossible for her to move.
Some women — but not all — feel worse about their bodies when looking at images of thin, bikini-clad models.
A Dallas reporter has addressed her haters and supporters in a powerful video after a body shamer said her on-air fashion choices made her look "ridiculous." SEE ALSO: Woman shuts down dude who used her picture in a sexist meme Thousands of people rallied in support of Demetria Obilor—an anchor for ABC Dallas—after a viewer said she wasn't dressing appropriately for her body size and shape. "She's a size 16/18 woman in a size 6 dress and she looks ridiculous," wrote the viewer. Jan is big mad. Don’t be like Jan. pic.twitter.com/ytAKJHMXBy — Mother of Draggings (@fabfreshandfly) November 3, 2017 The body shamer's comments caught the attention of Chance the Rapper, who mocked the poster's anger in a quote tweet which promptly went viral. BIIIIIIG MAD https://t.co/E9yzWbU9m8 — Lil Chano From 79th (@chancetherapper) November 3, 2017 Obilor addressed the body shamers and thanked her supporters in a powerful Twitter video. "The controversy is coming from people who aren't too happy with the way that I look on television, saying, 'oh her body is too big for that dress,' or 'she's too curvy,' or 'her hair is unprofessional, it's crazy,'" said Obilor. Addressing the haters, showing love to my ppl 💗 and thank you @chancetherapper 💯 pic.twitter.com/ks2cTSuLLe — Demetria Obilor (@DemetriaObilor) November 3, 2017 "A quick word to those people: this is the way that I'm built. This is the way that I was born," she said. "I'm not going anywhere, so if you don't like it, you have your options." "We don't have to put up with this and we're not going to," she added. Hear, hear! WATCH: How does the iPhone X really measure up?
Digital collage artist Sara Shakeel wants to shine a new, positive light on stretch marks. So, she’s turning them into glitter marks.
TV personality and fashion designer Whitney Port isn’t shying away from talking about the aftermath of childbirth, especially when it comes to her body.
Australian models Kate Wasley and Georgia Gibbs went viral a few months ago when Gibbs posted a photo that emphasized the friends' different body shapes.
Earlier this month, an absurd conspiracy theory began to spread alleging Melania Trump employed a body double -- and now people claim they've found her. Since February, a woman, who just seems to be a Secret Service agent, has been pictured with the first family on several occasions. In photos, the woman appears to be dressed like a typical Secret Service agent, wearing black or dark blue pantsuits and sensible shoes.
Internet conspiracy theorists are beside themselves amid claims that first lady Melania Trump has a body double.
Kardashian wasn’t happy when she saw photos of her behind while on vacation. Kim Kardashian is known for flaunting her famous behind but she was not happy when bikini photos from a Mexican getaway surfaced online. In a teaser for an upcoming episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, the reality star opens up about a series of paparazzi shots of herself and sister Kourtney Kardashian on vacation that went viral, showing the mother-of-two at an unflattering angle.
New York Fashion week featured a record-breaking number of curvy models. Creative director Sarah Burton sent out a bunch of frilly and floral looks for her recent show, with two curvy models, Eline Lykke and Betsy Teske, being cast to wear select designs.
The 49-year-old literally credits her eye color becoming hazel as a result of cutting out dairy.