These friends, from Australia, only 4 weeks apart in gestation, share their joint bump pic to shed the “bump shame” so often found online. It started as an innocent picture between friends but turned into a statement that everyone’s bumps look different and the criticism of women’s bodies needs to stop. As long as mom and baby are healthy it doesn’t matter if it’s “too big” or “too small”. Everyone carries differently.… Keep Reading!!!
When Megan Naramore Harris took her daughter, Lexi, shopping for formal dresses at a Wichita, Kansas mall she was expecting to have a great mother-daughter bonding day. What she wasn’t expecting was for a sales associate to body shame her daughter and to end up on Facebook turning it into a lesson on acceptance.
While shopping at Dillard’s in the Towne East Mall, Megan spotted a dress that wasn’t quite her daughter’s style but she wanted to see Lexi try … Keep Reading!!!
Fourteen-year-old Youtube vlogger A Girl With a View explains how body shaming young girls directly relates to breastfeeding and nails it completely
A Girl With a View (real name Lavinia Martin-Weber) addresses the story of a teen girl sent home from school for not wearing a bra but quickly speaks to the larger body shaming issue. What she says about how the body shaming of young girls affects breastfeeding rates is completely on point.
It’s always so great to … Keep Reading!!!
After years of self-esteem and body issues, Demi Lovato chose to pose nude for Vanity Fair only if her three rules were agreed to by the photographer:
No Makeup. No Clothes. No Retouching.
It’s so refreshing to see a celebrity do a fully natural, completely raw photoshoot. It is wonderful to see it from someone who has been so openy about her own body image issues in the past. It was just five years ago that Demi entered rehab to … Keep Reading!!!
A Michigan mom walked into a Tim Horton’s coffee shop to buy coffee and donuts, with her daughter in tow. It was then that two women in line behind her started mocking her weight and appearance.
“Oh look at her hair, it’s nasty looking and the roots are coming through,” and “Oh she’s a whale, oh the whale needs to eat.”
Even though it hurt her to hear those comments, especially after a 177 lbs weight loss, Dianne Hoffmeyer decided … Keep Reading!!!