Lily Myers slam poem “Shrinking Women” which won Best Love Poem at the 2013 College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational in April.
A Women's Magazine Without Any Photoshop?
A magazine with no Photoshop whatsoever? Yes, it finally exists.
Verily’s mandate is to never alter the body or face structure of the models within their magazine. What a wonderful idea!
What are your thoughts on this?
'I don't care what I look like!' Rebel Wilson vows not to change
She has endured cruel taunts and disbelief that she can make it, but Rebel Wilson wants to let everyone know she does not care what you think.
If you didn’t already have enough reasons to adore Rebel Wilson, well here is another.
Ashley Judd Criticizes Media For Attacking Women's Appearances
the hypersexualization of girls and women and subsequent degradation of our sexuality as we walk through the decades” -Ashley Judd
What do you think about this article?
Improved body image can help you lose weight!
Studies show improving your body image can help you lose weight!
Poor body image can lead to emotional eating and anxiety, which hinders weight loss. So focus on what you like about your body rather than what you would change.
(Information from Body Design by Tara Russell)
Grammy Award winner Adele discusses why she is not worried about her body image and why she doesn’t compare herself to other music artists.
Janet Jackson discusses her body image issues.
"You got to be careful what you say"- Janet Jackson
35 Last-Minute Holiday Gifts For A Positive Body Image
This is a great article with a list of gifts to give to OURSELVES this holiday season to help boost our body images!
Please remember this holiday season that confidence is beautiful, healthy is beautiful, and RESPECT is beautiful.
Your Voice Counts!
A body image PSA. Remember, you are
The International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals Foundation (iaedp) presents its Second Annual “
Imagine Me Beyond What You See" Body Image Mannequin Art Competition. The competition was created to promote healthy awareness and acceptance of body images within the reality of a growing epidemic of eating disorders. The mannequins incorporate mixed media to help create a palette for artistic expression
The mannequins in the image above are “Erosion” and “Hear Me, Please” from last years competition. To see all the entries from last years competition, visit this site:
For this years competition, entries are accepted until January 15, 2012. And for more information on how to enter this years competition visit the iaedp website.