Though she's struggling with body image after having her breast implants removed, says Curry, "“A healthy and happy life far outweighs a so-called ‘relevant’ and glittery one.”
A feminine hygiene ad that depicts postpartum reality for one mom was banned by ABC from airing during the Oscars for being "too graphic."
Lili Reinhart gets candid about feeling insecure about her body during underwear scenes on "Riverdale."
Billie Eilish tells Vogue about her preference for oversized clothing after struggling with body image issues at a young age. The insecurities even led to suicidal thoughts.
The comedian and actress opened up about her struggle with body positivity and why her engagement photos prompted her to lose weight.
The model and swimsuit designer has a smart message for teen girls.
Ashley Graham is among a host of pregnant celebrities who have embraced their evolving bodies, sharing it on social media to inspire a more normalized journey to motherhood.
Miranda Lambert opens up about struggling with body image issues and how she overcame them.
Brooke Shields admits that while she was "the face on covers," she struggled to embrace her body while growing up in the public eye.
Model and body-positive advocate Tess Holliday shared a photo of her body on Instagram and described the importance of self-love, even though it isn't easy.
By high school graduation, Corey Hyland weighed 400 pounds. She lost 240 pounds first through dropping beef, pork, and soda, and then by counting calories and exercising, but she still struggles with her body image.
The fashion designer's comments come shortly after she was criticized for letting daughter Harper pose with models.
After getting into an Ivy League-graduate school and receiving a promotion at work, Venn Hering decided it was time to focus on her next goal: getting into the best shape of her life.
Jameela Jamil isn't trying to get everybody to love themselves. Instead, she came to TheCurvyCon to remind people that their worth has nothing to do with their bodies.
"You said trans women can't sell the 'fantasy' so here I am as a trans woman selling the fantasy," wrote Nikita Dragun.