And three new influencers for you to consider!
Here’s Why You Have to Change With Them
There are some truly reprehensible people in the world. Sexual harassers. Irresponsible rabble-rousers. Brutal dictators. Loathsome celebrities. Mean people of all sorts. Some of them are overweight.
Service workers across the country are facing severe financial challenges. In some states, bars and restaurants are closed altogether. In others, food service is limited to carryout and delivery.
Above: Rhythm Kitchen Music Cafe bartender Ramona Motez working prior to the Coronavirus crisis.
ELOQUII is granting ROX $25,000 to enable more girls to participate in the Ruling Our eXperiences program.
Jillian Michaels has been shredded by the public for her criticism of Lizzo’s weight, and rightly so.
Your BMI (Body Mass Index) is supposed to be an objective measure about your weight, but it sucks.
No. The answer is no. Now that we have that out of the way, let’s get into what exactly this movement is.
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!