You’ve seen her on Ellen, Dancing with the Stars, Brut, Daily Mail, CNN and Marie Forleo. Now, Amanda LaCount opens up to Curvicality about life as a social media superstar, how she is rising above the “skinny girl stereotype” in the professional dance world; and how Curvicality readers can find body confidence.
The Curvy Kili Crew consisted of women of all ages, shapes and sizes. However, they all shared one common goal: They wanted to scale Mt. Kilimanjaro as a team. And they would do just that.
Mauve, Leopard Print, Bell Sleeves, Cape Dresses – And More!
We’ve all got a story about plus-size body image. Here’s mine.
Welcome to Eat the Cake Too with Carmen Rene … that’s me! I’m a body acceptance advocate, lymphedema warrior, model, speaker and social media influencer. I’ll be joining you every month here at Curvicality.
British fitness instructor Danni Levy has discovered how to keep everyone at exactly the right weight: We just need to shame them.
You’re not helpful, Bill Maher.
We are glad to hear that a high school swimmer in Alaska who was disqualified from a match she won because the referee thought she was showing too much skin (while she was wearing the school-issued swim team uniform) had her victory restored to her. We hope that will be the end of Buttcheek-Gate, which smacked of sexism, racism and body-shaming.
Congratulations, Demi, and thank you for sharing your challenge with your body image!