Juliana Delacruz, 15, was being shamed online for her body not looking "thick." She took to Instagram to share how she still loves her body.
Jacqueline Adan says she's been overweight all her life, and had always avoided going to the beach or pool. After losing 350 pounds, though, she decided it was time to change that on a recent vacation in Mexico.
Curvy model Manon Edwards used fashion as a way of finding self-love.
Inspired by photos of Kim Kardashian in a white one-piece bathing suit, plus-size model Diana Sirokai posted side-by-side pics of herself and Kardashian.
The event included a plus-size fashion show with models such as Liza Golden and WWE wrestler Nia Jax showing off new collections from designers Rachel Roy and Rebel Wilson and wrapped with an empowering conversation from some of fashion’s most influential names. Style expert Stacy London speaks about size diversity at theCurvyCon.
Nia Jax, WWE star and body-positive advocate has added another skill set to her ever-evolving resume: Runway modeling. Nia Jax walks the runway during the Dia&Co fashion show and industry panel at the CURVYcon at Metropolitan Pavilion West on September 8, 2017 in New York City. The 33-year-old professional wrestler (whose real name is Savelina Fanene) walked the runway at theCURVYCon fashion show on Friday — alongside fellow curvy models Liza Golden, Precious Lee, and Marquita Pring — while wearing a navy blue-and-white top with blue jeans and a cranberry-colored hat, and also a black, lace top with a black bra underneath.
Chastity Garner has taken her little blog and turned it into a massively popular website called GarnerStyle. Garner is also one of the masterminds, alongside CeCe Olisa, behind the annual body-positive conference theCURVYcon, which this year will be happening in conjunction with New York Fashion Week.
Personal trainer and social media star Sophie Gray lost followers after switching from fitspo posts to ones focused on self-acceptance and body positivity.
Ashley Graham took to social media, asking people not to make comments about health on her page, especially if it's not about their own bodies.
Some concerning new research has revealed that girls in Britain and the U.S., more than anywhere else in the world, carry a dangerous amount of stomach fat.
Callie Thorpe is a plus-size advocate and fashion blogger, and now the size-24 beauty has something else to add to her resumé: being featured in Vogue.
Let Molly O’Shea explain what she believes to be the best practices when asking someone about their scars. Molly O’Shea — a body-positive coach, health coach, and personal trainer — recently published a post on her blog addressing just this. O’Shea has prominent scarring on her right arm as a result of a horrible car accident.
Emilia Clarke is done defending her Game of Thrones nude scenes. Clarke, who is guest editing the Huffington Post U.K.’s month-long project “All Women Everywhere,” in celebration of International Women’s Day, penned a painfully honest essay about her experiences with gender equality and life in the GoT spotlight. “If you’ve watched Game of Thrones then, spoiler, you will have seen me in the nude.
Gabrielle Union recently shared with Harper’s Bazaar that she used to be insecure about her skin color. For women of color like Melodi Parker, a licensed professional counselor, the fact that actress Gabrielle Union shared in a recent Harper’s Bazaar feature that she had felt insecure about her dark skin when she was growing up comes as no surprise. “I didn’t love my skin color.
Plus-size model Ashley Graham doesn’t let cellulite faze her — and she wants all women to embrace their bodies too.