It’s the ad everyone’s talking about. “Grace” receives a bike as a Christmas gift from her husband and rides it faithfully for the whole year. The key phrase comes at the end of the ad, when she says, “A year ago, I didn’t realize how much this would change me.”
It’s the end of an era: Victoria’s Secret has discontinued its fashion show.
Years ago, I was shopping for an engaged friend’s bridal lingerie party. My task was to purchase something sexy for her upcoming honeymoon.
Raise your hand if you’ve ever broken up with someone (or gotten an unwanted divorce) and suddenly wanted to get the best body of your life just to piss them off.
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.
Some people will do anything to silence larger women, even when it comes to working out. Sad, right?