Get inspired to stand up against body shamers with these bold and brilliant comebacks from empowering celebs and everyday women.
It’s hard to pull yourself out of a body-loathing funk, but our proven tips from experts will give your body image a huge boost—fast!
Losing weight doesn’t always have a positive effect on your life. Here’s how it has held me back, in ways that were totally unexpected.
Your inner health is reflected in the condition of your hair, skin and nails.
The model and body image activist (and Kylie Jenner bestie) Jordyn Woods shares why fitness and fashion are important for feeling good about ourselves.
Someone had to do it, Vogue said about its story about Victoria’s Secret bodies ranked. We rounded up the Internet’s opinion, and it’s not pretty.
Dove Self Esteem Project brings awareness to how girls feel about themselves. Sometimes these numbers are tough to digest.
Rita Ora and Canada’s own Tessa Virtue are just a few celebs sharing about the toll negativity can take on our body confidence. They also share how to deal.
Kelly Clarkson’s weight is often talked about in gossip mags and social media. The star, however, is more than happy with how she looks. Here’s why.
Kim Kardashian West says she has body dysmorphia. We break down what this mental health condition is and how it affects women (and men).
Real Housewives of Toronto star Roxy Earl has never shied from speaking her opinion, and she doesn’t hold back here either.
Top Chef star Padma Lakshmi talks about how the show affects her body and why she’s giving up worrying about how she looks for the red carpet.
It’s human to be insecure. So why is self confidence so necessary? Find out how to handle your self-worth in an emotionally healthy way.
Beyoncé posts her post-pregnancy pics on Instagram. And while some media is trying to say that she’s doing a big reveal of her body, but that’s not her message. Like, at all.
Four models from the documentary film Straight/Curve share why the movie’s message is so important – and how they hope it will change the fashion industry.
Is it a compliment? Is it an insult? Why women are reacting to being called “thick” and whether or not you should use that word.
Dancer, makeup artist and body-image activist, Akira Armstrong is making a big difference in the world. Find how she handles it all – and the haters.
The supermodel bares it all in her latest fashion spread, and we break down why this is a huge deal and what we love about her body-image message.