My name is Amy, but I go by Thrifty-Tiana. Why? I am the ultimate plus-size thrifter.
If you like to cook at all — and maybe even if you don’t — you probably have at least one dish you make every year for holiday dinners. It wouldn’t be Thanksgiving/Christmas/other holiday your family celebrates without it. For me, that dish would be chicken and noodles.
When I was a little girl, Christmas morning breakfast was not a thing at all. Christmas morning was a time for racing to the tree to examine all the new loot. I cannot even remember if we ate breakfast.
Should you or shouldn’t you? That was our debate in the Curvicality office. Mary Beth Cooper, Curvicality’s founder and CEO, says no. Sophia Sinclair, our sex and relationships editor, says yes. Who makes the better case? You decide:
Do you feel underrepresented and judged based on your size, race, how you identify or due to a disability? If so, the body positive movement was created for you!
Curvy friends, I want to take an opportunity to speak to you about the importance of gynecological health. We all get our pap tests and other appropriate tests recommended for us based on our age and health history, right? We hope you do! – Kandis Draw – 2020 Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance Advocacy Leader for Illinois