Old Navy is on a mission that we love: to create a world where all sizes are equal. On Aug. 20, the retail chain will launch BODEQUALITY, a campaign where every size will be offered in all of its women’s styles with zero price difference.
This late-summer issue of Curvicality Magazine is a celebration. We’re back and stronger than ever! Covid put a dent in our publication, but we came together as a community to overcome all of the obstacles standing in our way. It takes an army, and we created one.
*and other parts of us we need to be grateful for
Are you looking to get some great photos? Whether you’re a seasoned plus-size model or a gal who’s simply looking for a one-time photographic adventure, you’ve probably wondered just what it takes to get great photos. Above: Jose Pagãn and Tay Lee De Castro. Photo by Jose Pagan.
It’s six o’clock on a Sunday night. Your feisty guy is sitting on the couch bingeing season after season of deer hunting shows, simultaneously spilling popcorn all over the floor.
For myself, body positivity is a work in progress. It’s taken me a long time to accept myself as I am.
My struggle with body acceptance began as early as elementary school. My family shamed me and gave me nicknames like thunder thighs or squatty body. I was always the biggest one on the cheer squad or ballet or gymnastics.
With 70% of the nation being plus-size, you would think PR agencies would be lining up to sell to the masses.
We always want to be better versions of ourselves. The question is: How can we make that happen?