Rayne Fisher-Quann was scrolling through her Twitter feed one day when she spotted a post that didn’t quite sit right with her.
A self-love activist and influencer is bringing about greater public awareness of the deceitful nature of social media imagery with her powerful “Instagram vs reality” photos.
Author and plus-size model Katie Willcox recently shared an important message to help mothers who might be struggling with their postpartum bodies.
Body-positive blogger Kenzie Brenna is exploring a controversial body trend: the thigh gap — or in this case, the lack thereof. “You’re allowed to have knocked knees and big thighs,” she wrote in an Instagram post that has since been seen by thousands.
This week, Aimee took to Facebook to share a bikini photo revealing the extent of her injuries. “Thanks to YOUR prayers and support I have since completed two Master’s degrees, counseled countless individuals who face traumatic injuries, and begun working toward my dream of creating a community growth center for people of all ages and abilities.